Alfred Chuang, who brought the TCP/IP stack to the original IBM PC, ran several software product development units at Sun Microsystems, and was one of the founders of middleware software maker BEA Systems, wants to take another crack at business software. Specifically, Chuang's startup, Magnet Systems, which just came out of …
What do you mean, "brought the TCP/IP stack to the PC"?
When exactly did he do this? John Romkey and the PC/IP team at MIT were doing this in 1984, and my team did an NFS/UDP/IP stack for the PC at Sun in in 1985.
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