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In1957 the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network was developed by the Department of Defense using packet switching to allow multiple computers to communicate on a single network.

In late 1970s scientist developed Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). The communications model set standards for data transmission  between multiple networks.

On January 1st, 1983 ARPANET adopted TCP/IP, the researchers began to assemble what became the modern internet, and in 1990 the World Wide Web was invented by Sir Timothy Barners-Lee.

The ecosystem of natural communication  has grown outside itself; we the users and creators are keeping step as best we know how. We’re the ones writing the book as we go. Negotiating the ladder of preparedness and future-ready familiarity. We’re creating a conduit for the future to progress -Without Harm- As best we can.

From the floppy disk to the cloud we’ve kept in step. In the ecosystem of communication, our mode of transit is the internet and the internet isn’t as mindful as it should be; now it can be. Our long-ago Jettson’s dream of a tech-savvy future is here; equip with on demand in home … anything really. 3d printing, virtual reality, and by the ticket space travel. We achieved our dreams, and as luck would have it, our dreams still need us.

-This is how the internet of Things was born. Our dreams realized became unnecessary, once achieved. The graveyards of devices we callously leave in a drawer, on a shelf, or in earth orbit can do more for us than we have the time to communicate. Throughout history this has been a  major drawback in our development, we simply haven’t the time to communicate everything, and now for the first  time, time won’t stop us.

Let’s Talk

Bringing people together, sharing information, creating communities, and so much more is what the internet does now. The internet of things will do for your devices what the internet has done for you.

So the question is, what’s the internet to you, and what do you want it to be?

Contact Us

2211 Rayford Road
Suite 111-309
Spring, Texas.
US 77386
info@internetofthis.com

Solutions For Everyone

The Internet

In1957 the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network was developed by the Department of Defense using packet switching to allow multiple computers to communicate on a single network.

In late 1970s scientist developed Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). The communications model set standards for data transmission  between multiple networks.

On January 1st, 1983 ARPANET adopted TCP/IP, the researchers began to assemble what became the modern internet, and in 1990 the World Wide Web was invented by Sir Timothy Barners-Lee.

The Buzz

internet of THIS

The ecosystem of natural communication  has grown outside itself; we the users and creators are keeping step as best we know how. We’re the ones writing the book as we go. Negotiating the ladder of preparedness and future-ready familiarity. We’re creating a conduit for the future to progress -Without Harm- As best we can.

From the floppy disk to the cloud we’ve kept in step. In the ecosystem of communication, our mode of transit is the internet and the internet isn’t as mindful as it should be; now it can be. Our long-ago Jettson’s dream of a tech-savvy future is here; equip with on demand in home … anything really. 3d printing, virtual reality, and by the ticket space travel. We achieved our dreams, and as luck would have it, our dreams still need us.

-This is how the internet of Things was born. Our dreams realized became unnecessary, once achieved. The graveyards of devices we callously leave in a drawer, on a shelf, or in earth orbit can do more for us than we have the time to communicate. Throughout history this has been a  major drawback in our development, we simply haven’t the time to communicate everything, and now for the first  time, time won’t stop us.

Your Dream Project

Let’s Talk

Bringing people together, sharing information, creating communities, and so much more is what the internet does now. The internet of things will do for your devices what the internet has done for you.

So the question is, what’s the internet to you, and what do you want it to be?

Contact Us

2211 Rayford Road
Suite 111-309
Spring, Texas.
US 77386
info@internetofthis.com