Re: Justifying Internet Access

Subject: Re: Justifying Internet Access
From: Mike Showalter <mike -at- NWNET -dot- NET>
Date: Tue, 17 Aug 1993 17:30:38 -0700

Here is a partial list of the top companies as far as volume of use of the
Internet NSFNet backbone. Given the choice names here, it would seem to me
that commercial firms will soon have a hard time justifying *not* being on
the Internet, not the other way around.

Mike Showalter
mike -at- nwnet -dot- net

Company Hosts Reachable
A.C. Nielsen Co. 748
a2i communications 7
Advanced Visual Systems Inc. 65
Advantis 3
American Cybercasting Corp. 2
Amgen Inc. 2476
Anasazi Inc. 3
Andersen Consulting 125
Apple Computer Inc. 830
ARCO Oil and Gas Co. 16
AT&T Bell Laboratories 3
AT&T Data Communications Services 4
Bell Communications Research 6158
BiiN Corp.
Biosym Technologies Inc. 221
Biotechnet 15
Borland International 582
BP Research 2
Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Inst. 1988
Cadence Design Systems 3573
CERFnet 25
Cisco Systems Inc. 2832
Community News Service 4
Compaq Computer Corp. 10
CompuServe Inc. 571
Computer Services Centre 3063
COMSAT Laboratories 456
Connected Inc. 29
Contel Wohlstetter Technology Park 714
Cray Research Inc. 2321
CTS Network Services 183
Data Research Associates Inc. 216
Datacomp Systems Inc. 11
Dell Computer Corp. 3530
Demon Systems Limited 1666
Dialog Information Services 3
Digital Equipment Computer Users Society 3
Digital Equipment Corp. 11
Digital Express Group Inc. 66
Dow Jones 5
DuPont 3
Eastman Kodak Co. 28
Eli Lilly and Co 2
Emulex Corp. 510
Ericsson Telecom 2
Evans & Sutherland Computer Division 15
F.Hoffmann-La Roche
Farallon Computing Inc. 40
FTP Software Inc. 1389
USA Mountain View 4
General Dynamics 1188
General Electric Co. 5
General Motors Research Laboratories 1090
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. 3
Hal Computer Systems Inc. 3
Halliburton Co. 2
Harris Semiconductor 1552
Honeywell Inc. 2603

On Corporate Users, Internetworking & Information Services
Vol.1, No.1 October 1993

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