Internet Network Information Center


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Internet Network Information Center

(networking)
(InterNIC) An umbrella entity created by the National Science Foundation in Spring 1992, in cooperation with the Internet community, consisting of Network Information Service Managers who provided and/or coordinated NSFNet services. General Atomics provided information services, AT&T provided directory and database services, and Network Solutions, Inc. (NSI) provided registration services.

In 1999 Internic was replaced by ICANN.

http://internic.net/.

http://nic.net/.
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