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  2. UUNET | LinkedIn

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    UUNET founded in 1987 and based in Northern Virginia was the first commercial Internet service provider. Today, UUNET is an internal brand of Verizon Business (formerly MCI). Website.

  3. Definition of UUNET | PCMag

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    UUNET stands for Unix to Unix Network. In 1996, UUNET was acquired by MFS Communications, which was acquired by WorldCom in that same year (WorldCom became MCI, which was acquired by Verizon in 2005).

  4. MFS to buy UUNet in $2 billion deal - CNET

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    Under the agreement, each share of UUNet stock will be converted into 1.78 shares of MFS stock. UUNet shares rose 8-3/4, or 18 percent, to 57 in early trading today, while MFS shares fell 1-1/8 to ...

  5. Death penalty lifted against UUNet - CNET

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    Aug. 6, 1997 2:00 p.m. PT 4 min read Usenet activists are lifting a "death penalty" against backbone Internet provider UUNet (UUNT), saying that spam from the ISP's customers to newsgroups has...

  6. Uunet Technologies, Inc. Company Profile | Ashburn, VA ...

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    Uunet Technologies, Inc. * 1 Principals See who the company's key decision makers are 10 See similar companies for insight and prospecting. Start Your Free Trial *Contacts and Principals counts are estimates and may differ from the actual number of contacts available in D&B Hoovers. If

  7. Adams, Richard L | Encyclopedia.com

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    As a subsidiary of WorldCom, UUnet remained one of the largest ISPs in the world. Its global pipe-line — more commonly referred to as an Internet "backbone" — carries more than 2,500 points of presence (areas with local phone line access) in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

  8. John W. Sidgmore - Wikipedia

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    UUNET was purchased by MFS, later taken over by WorldCom, which eventually bought MCI. He later became WorldCom's Chief Operations Officer. Sidgmore worked to revive WorldCom after disgraced CEO Bernard Ebbers left.

  9. Working at UUNET: Employee Reviews | Indeed.com

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    UUNET held very strong engineering principles and commitment to not only produce network designs that would scale and provide highly availability but to test such design as well as the hardware and software in the engineering lab. Nothing went into the network that wasn't qualified and validated by a specific series of tests internally.

  10. UNOS Systems are provided by United Network for Organ Sharing (“UNOS”), located at 700 N. 4th Street, Richmond, Virginia 23219, United States. By continuing to use this system, you indicate your awareness of and consent to UNOS Terms of Use. If you do not agree to the conditions stated in this notice, please disconnect immediately.

  11. Pipex - Wikipedia

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    The company was formed as the first commercial ISP in the UK by Unipalm in 1990 as The Public I.P. Exchange Ltd (PIPEX), founded by Peter Dawe. [2] In mid 1992, it began operating a 64k transatlantic leased line to UUNET and another to JANET. [3] [4] One of its first customers was Demon Internet, shortly followed by the BBC. [3]