an interactive online museum of Packet Switched Public Data Networking
What is X.25?
The initial design intent for X-series networking in the 1980s was to replace the bandwidth-inefficient data networks that existed at the time: thousands of point-to-point 300 baud circuits nailed up over telephone lines, each occupying a full 64 kilobit voice channel.Read more
Visit the Exhibits
Soon, you will be able to log in to some vintage equipment right from your web browser.Open the PAD