In this interview, André Danthine describes his career in computer networking. He describes his education and introduction to computer networking in Belgium and the United States in the early 1970s, as well as his participation in European and international networking projects such as OSI, ESPRIT, COST 11, and IFIP. He reflects on the introduction of packet-switched networking in Belgium, and on the future of Internet protocols.
This set of nine interviews conducted with Tilly Bayard-Richard, Najah Naffah, Louis Pouzin, Marc E. Levilion, Michel Gien, Jean-Louis Grangé, Gérard Le Lann, Rémi Després, and André Danthine was funded by the ACM History Committee with a fellowship on “European Contributions to Computer Networks: An Oral History Project.”
André Danthine, OH 428. Oral history interview by Andrew L. Russell, 6 April 2012, Liege, Belgium. Charles Babbage Institute, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. http://hdl.handle.net/11299/162412
Transcript, 49 pp.
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Oral history interview with André Danthine by Andrew L. Russell.
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