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INET '93 San Francisco

17-20 August 1993
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco

The third INET conference—and second under Internet Society auspices—is held just north of Silicon Valley, home to much of the pioneering work on the Internet and its associated technologies. As Internet Society Vice President for Conferences Lawrence Landweber observes in his welcoming remarks, INET ’93 “is the first global networking conference to take place since the existence and availability of networks and their services have become known to the general public.” The conference features an expansion of sessions on Internet technologies amid parallel tracks on Network Technology, Network Engineering, Application Technology, User Applications, Policy Issues, and Regional Issues.

The first of the Developing Country Workshops created by George Sadowsky takes place at Stanford University in the days leading up to INET ’93.