World Wide Web main server at CERN, Geneva

World Wide Web main server at CERN, Geneva

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This image is part of the feature World Wide Web - The Universal Web

Credit: DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: World Wide Web server. View of the main server for the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) in the mid- 1990s, seen in the main computer room at CERN, the European particle physics laboratory near Geneva. The Web is a global network of over 10,000 host computers connected by the Internet. Users of the Web are able to navigate between computers to access data by using a program called a 'browser'. Each site has a server, a computer connected to the Internet which directs users to the documents and data they wish to access. The Web was created at CERN, and started services in 1989. This photo was taken in 1995.

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