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Title: Cyberspace and Internet - Indian Context
Authors: Singh, Gurdev
Gupta, Vijaykumar
Keywords: The External Cyberspace
Internet Connectivity
Issue Date: 4-Mar-1998
Publisher: INFLIBNET Centre
Abstract: Cyberspace is not wires, cable and microwave, but it is an experience, in which computers and their contexts are available to users of any participating computers, anywhere in the world. It can be viewed under two main divisions: external cyberspace and internal cyberspace. External cyberspace is the vast collection of data and expertise available in the world outside, through electronic networks i.e. Internet and databases. Internet comprises thousands of networks lying allover the globe in different countries which can communicate with each other using Internet protocol. The authors describe the Internet connectivities in India through YSNL, DOT and DOE, by mentioning the types. Internet succeeded in' the U.S. because there is a systematic and sustained growth in interlinked networks of computers, whereas in India such interlink is not achieved so far.
ISBN: 81-900825-1-5
Appears in Collections:CALIBER 1998 : Bhubaneswar

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