NSFNET: The internet’s first backbone. However, NSF decided to not limit NSFNET’s use to this purpose. Instead, the network was open to a variety of educational uses. The NSFNET was the internet’s first backbone, a high-speed, long-distance network that allowed different internet parts to communicate.
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