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Maltass, E.N. ; Motorola Inc., Boynton Beach, FL, USA

By using protocols like TCP/IP, FTP and Telnet, and then taking all that work a step further to create Web browsers and GUIs or “graphical user interfaces” which run on any platform and yet are simple to use, we actually created a dream come true. A World Wide-Web revolution! Now that the Internet has caught on and Web browsers have made viewing data and data transfers appear seamless to the user, the Motorola Intellectual Property department is taking advantage of this technology

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Southcon/96. Conference Record

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25-27 Jun 1996