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As development continued, the NSF realized that networking could not be funded by the government.
Also, businesses wanting to join, but network access is prohibited by the NSF Charter
NSF paid. As a result, the NSF encouraged Merritt, MCI and IBM to form the ANS, a non-profit organization.
(Advanced Networks and Services), the first step on the road to commercialization.
In 1990, the ANS took over
Builds ANSNET by upgrading NSFNET and 1.5 Mbps connection to 45 Mbps. This network is running for 5 years
It was then sold online in the USA. But within that, various companies were providing commercial IP services.
The government should get out of the business of networking.
Ensure that each regional network can communicate with each other to facilitate migration
Network, NSF awarded contracts to four different network operators for setting up NAPs (Network Access Points).
These operators include Buckbell (San Francisco), Ameritech (Chicago), MFS (Washington, DC) and Sprint (new).
York City, for NAP purposes, Penscon, New Jersey counts as New York City). every network operator
Those who wish to provide backbone service to the NSF regional network must connect all the NAPs.
This arrangement allows a pocket backbone carrier to be selected from any regional network
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