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digital.com



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Titledigital.com

Length: 11, Words: 2
Description a brief history of the digital.com domain name.

Length: 47, Words: 9
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welcome to digital.com
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digital.com: a brief history
the internet era
decline & fall
hp sells digital.com
what next?
faqs
contact us
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thank you!
get in touch via the form below.
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H6 be first to hear when digital.com launches in 2016...
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digital equipment corporation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/digital_equipment_corporation
altavista http://searchengineland.com/altavista-eulogy-165366
this flickr user https://www.flickr.com/photos/paarchives/11568351774
dnjournal http://www.dnjournal.com/archive/domainsales/2014/20140917.htm
domainnamewire http://domainnamewire.com/2014/07/24/domain-name-auction-cute-digital/
the domains http://www.thedomains.com/2014/07/26/exclusive-interview-with-the-buyer-of-digital-com-richard-kershaw/
domainsherpa http://www.domainsherpa.com/richard-kershaw-digital-interview/
whoishostingthis.com http://www.qualitynonsense.com/whoishostingthis-com/
reviews from real users http://www.whoishostingthis.com/hosting-reviews/
html.com http://html.com

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about contact | --> welcome to digital.com be first to hear when digital.com launches in 2016... loading.. thank you! we have received your message. days hours minutes seconds --> digital.com: a brief history back when computers filled whole rooms, digital equipment corporation — or digital, as they were better known — was one of the world's leading manufacturers of mainframes and minicomputers. computer technology was developing rapidly when mit engineers ken olsen and harlan anderson had the idea to manufacture and sell small, interactive computers with real-time interaction and graphical output. they dreamed of equipping businesses with a smaller, more affordable and user-friendly computer than the huge mainframes currently available. they started digital equipment corporation in 1957 selling stand-alone computer modules, and began developing computers in the 1960s. digital’s first series of computers, the pdp (or "programmable data processor") series, quickly became popular for business use in the 60s. the pdp-8 became the world’s first successful minicomputer, and the pdp-1 is still famous today for being instrumental in the development of early hacker culture. sales of digital’s minicomputers grew the business throughout the next few decades until they peaked in the 1980s. with $14 billion in annual sales, they were the largest computer company in the industry second only to ibm, the largest employer in massachusetts besides the state government, and ranked among the most profitable companies in the entire united states. the internet era in 1985, digital became the fifth company ever to register a .com domain name when they purchased dec.com. in 1993 they also registered digital.com, and became the world’s first computer vendor to open a public website on october 1 of that year. in december of 1995, digital used the domain to launch one of the internet’s first comprehensive search engines, altavista, at altavista.digital.com. (altavista was purchased by yahoo in 2003 and shut down permanently in 2013.) the photo above shows an early mainframe computer in action, thanks to this flickr user. decline & fall it was about this time that digital’s fortunes began to falter. though minicomputers made digital a fortune throughout the 60s and 70s, their popularity didn’t last. with the invention of increasingly powerful microprocessors, minicomputers gave way to microcomputers in the 1980s, leaving digital in the dust. new personal computers like the commodore 64 were smaller, cheaper, and easier for individuals to use without requiring an it team or huge data centers. the commodore 64 quickly became the best selling computer of all time, a title it still holds today. kenneth olsen, co-founder of digital and its ceo from the beginning, believed that personal computers were just a passing fad, mere toys suited for playing games. “the personal computer will fall flat on its face in business,” he famously predicted. but by the 1990s, almost every minicomputer company that failed to shift into the personal computer business had folded or merged. digital’s sales began to decline every year, and the company was forced to make its first layoffs in history. after almost a decade of losing money or barely breaking even, digital was acquired by compaq in 1998. at the time, it was the largest merger ever in the industry. but compaq struggled with the failing company, and soon was in trouble itself, compounded by the dot-com bubble burst in the late 90s. unable to recover, compaq was acquired by hewlett-packard in 2002. hp sells digital.com along with digital’s products, hp also acquired the domains dec.com and digital.com. the digital brand was retired in the early 2000s, and in 2010, hp started in earnest to try to sell the digital.com domain, including an auction at domainfest. the reserve (reportedly $1-5 million) was not met. in 2014, hp put the name up for auction again, receiving rather more interest this time around. the renewed attempts to sell the domain were perhaps connected with their october 2014 announcement that hp will split into two companies by the end of 2016: hewlett-packard enterprise, which will focus on servers, software and cloud technology; and hp inc., focused on the legacy computers and printers business. the domain auction received press coverage at dnjournal, domainnamewire, the domains and domainsherpa. what next? the domain was acquired by london-based quality nonsense ltd, which publishes websites for webmasters. our most popular site is whoishostingthis.com, a buyers guide to web hosting that’s published over 1 million words of reviews from real users & serves over 1 million page views/month. in 2016, we've scheduled two new projects: html.com & digital.com. want to be the first to find out when each launches? sign up for the newsletter. faqs q: is the digital.com domain for sale? a: we are not looking to sell, but serious offers will receive suitable consideration. contact us get in touch via the form below. quality nonsense ltd 27 mortimer street london w1t 3bl mail@digital.com--> your message was sent successfully. your name: email adress: message: digital.com © 2014 quality nonsense ltd. -->


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