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Entrepreneurial Capitalism and Innovation:
A History of Computer Communications 1968-1988
By James Pelkey

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Introduction

Chapter 1: Data Communications: Emergence 1956-1968

Chapter 2: Networking: Vision and Packet Switching 1959-1968

Chapter 3: Data Communications: Market Competition 1969-1972

Chapter 4: Networking: Arpanet 1969-1972

Chapter 5: Data Communications: Market Order 1973-1979

Chapter 6:  Networking: Diffusion 1972-1979

Chapter 7: Networking: Emergence 1979-1981

Chapter 8: Networking: Market Competition 1981-1983

Chapter 9: Standards: An Enabling Institution 1979 -1984

Chapter 10: Networking: Market Order - LANs 1983-1986

Chapter 11:  Data Communications: WANs 1979-1986

Chapter 12: Internetworking: Emergence 1985-1988

LANs over Data PBXs

10.0     Overview

10.1     Alex Brown & Sons Conference: March 1983

10.2     3Com, Ungermann-Bass and Sytek: 1983 – 1984

10.3     3Com
10.4     Ungermann-Bass
10.5     Sytek

10.6     The Early LAN Competitors: 1983 – 1984

10.7     Interlan
10.8     Bridge Communications
10.9     Concord Data Systems

10.10     The Second Wave of LAN Competitors: 1983 – 1984

10.11     Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
10.12     Excelan

10.13    The Data Communication Competitors: 1983 – 1984

10.14    Codex
10.15    Micom
10.16     New DataPBX Competitors

10.17         State of Competition: 1985

10.18     3Com, Ungermann-Bass and Sytek: 1985 –1986

10.19     3Com
10.20     Ungermann-Bass
10.21     Sytek

10.22     The Early LAN Competitors: 1985 - 1986

10.23    Interlan
10.24    Bridge Communications
10.25    Concord Data Systems

10.26     The Second Wave of LAN Competitors: 1985 - 1986

10.27     Excelan
10.28     Communications Machinery Corporation

10.29     The Data Communication Competitors: 1985-1986

10.30     Codex
10.31     Micom - Interlan

10.32     In Perspective