Bell Laboratories

Bell Laboratories

One of AT&T's research sites, in Murray Hill, New Jersey, USA. It was the birthplace of the transistor, Unix, C and C++ and the current home of research on Plan 9 and ODE.

AT&T Research.

ftp://ftp.research.att.com/.

netlib sources ftp://netlib.att.com.
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In the twentieth century, Bell Laboratories was the most innovative and productive institution.
After a one year postdoctoral position at Oxford University, he joined Bell Laboratories in 1966, rising to the position of Director of the Chemical Physics Research Laboratory there in 1974 and later Director of the Physics Research Division 1981-84.
Fee of Lucent Technologies' Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.
Stone & Webster is providing engineering and design services to AT&T Bell Laboratories for the upgrade of the company's central chilled water plant at its Murray Hill, New Jersey, complex.
Since 1989, when Frank, now 48, was director of AT&T Bell Laboratories 5ESS switch-system software laboratory in Napierville, Ill.
Schwerin started his professional career at AT&T Bell Laboratories, and later became general manager of AT&T's Global Fiber Access Systems, and led the world-wide deployment of Fiber to the Home activities.
At last month's SIGGRAPH conference in New Orleans, computer scientists at Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.
Steven Spencer's extensive industry experience spans 20 years in Bell Laboratories and Lucent Technologies.
The problem is that the total investment for silicon infrastructure runs in the hundreds of billions of dollars worldwide," says Abbas Ourmazd of AT&T Bell Laboratories in Holmdel, N.
He spent the next three years alternating between a research post in communications systems at the University of Padova and his post as a visiting professor at Bell Laboratories.
Jerome Faist and Federico Capasso, both physicists at AT&T Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, N.
The company was formed from the systems and technology units that were formerly part of AT&T Corp, including the research and development capabilities of Bell Laboratories (Bell Labs), and were spun off by AT&T in September 1996.