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June 23, 1999 | Karen Kaplan
Cisco Systems will fund a $1-million computer-networking research laboratory in memory of Internet pioneer Jonathan Postel at USC's Information Sciences Institute in Marina del Rey. Cisco Chief Technology Officer Judy Estrin will announce today at the Internet Society's INET '99 conference in San Jose the formation of the Jon Postel Center for Experimental Networking, which will open in the fall.
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June 23, 1999 | Karen Kaplan
Cisco Systems will fund a $1-million computer-networking research laboratory in memory of Internet pioneer Jonathan Postel at USC's Information Sciences Institute in Marina del Rey. Cisco Chief Technology Officer Judy Estrin will announce today at the Internet Society's INET '99 conference in San Jose the formation of the Jon Postel Center for Experimental Networking, which will open in the fall.
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December 22, 1997 | KAREN KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If they held a science fair at Disneyland, it might turn out something like this. In one conference room, five toy truck-style robots engage in a surprisingly lively soccer match. In another office, would-be soldiers survey an expansive battleground using an Imax-style variant of virtual reality. And in yet another room, a mutant copy machine translates Japanese documents into English.
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December 22, 1997 | KAREN KAPLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If they held a science fair at Disneyland, it might turn out something like this. In one conference room, five toy truck-style robots engage in a surprisingly lively soccer match. In another office, would-be soldiers survey an expansive battleground using an Imax-style variant of virtual reality. And in yet another room, a mutant copy machine translates Japanese documents into English.
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September 11, 1989 | From Associated Press
California's high-tech industries and researchers will get a big boost from a Bush Administration plan to spend $1.9 billion over five years on advanced computer technology, experts said. White House science adviser D. Allan Bromley released a report Sunday by the White House Office of Science and Technology proposing the program to promote advanced computing capabilities, including the creation of a fiber-optic network linking the nation's supercomputers.
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