Daniel C. Lynch, Founder of Major Computer Exhibition, Dies at 82
Briefly

In the mid-1980s, when the internet was still the domain of academia and the government, Mr. Lynch was a computer facility manager who played a key role in the early years of data networking.
Daniel C. Lynch was convinced of the ultimate commercial potential of the internet, which led him to hold workshops integrating different manufacturers' equipment for routing traffic through the internet.
The first event organized by Mr. Lynch was attended by 300 vendors and showcased the uses the internet could have for businesses, demonstrating the integration of routers from various manufacturers.
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