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Possible Answers: AOL, MSN, NETZ.
Random information on the term “AOL”:
Marc S. Seriff (born May 5, 1948, in Austin, Texas) is best known as the CTO and co-founder of America Online, along with Jim Kimsey (CEO) and Steve Case.
Seriff received his B.S. in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Texas at Austin in 1971 and an M.S. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in 1974.
In 1974 he was one of the first dozen people at Telenet Communications. He later served as an executive of several audio and data communications companies, including GTE Corporation, Venture Technology, Digital Music, Inc., and Control Video Corporation. In 1985, he co-founded Quantum Computer Services (later known as America Online), where he served as a Senior Vice President until 1996.
From August 1997 to May 1998 he was a director of InteliHome, which merged with Global Converging Technologies. From January to June 1998 he was CEO of Eos Management, LLC. He also served as a director of U.S. Online Communications.
Random information on the term “MSN”:
MSN Dial-up is an Internet service provider operated by Microsoft in the United States and formerly also in several other countries. Originally named The Microsoft Network, it debuted as a proprietary online service on August 24, 1995, to coincide with the release of Windows 95. In 1996 and 1997, a revised web-based version of the ISP was an early experiment at interactive multimedia content on the Internet.
Microsoft renamed the service MSN Internet Access in 1998, focusing its main ‘MSN’ brand on its web portal of the same name, MSN.com. Today, the company still provides dial-up Internet access under the name ‘MSN Dial-up’ for those who cannot access high-speed broadband. For several years, MSN was the second largest dial-up ISP in the United States behind longtime leader AOL, but very few people in the U.S. still rely on dial-up.
Along with dial-up service, MSN provides its subscribers with an @msn.com email account to use with Outlook.com and security software such as firewall and anti-virus programs. It also offers these extra features as a standalone subscription service for users of broadband Internet access named ‘MSN Premium’.