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On the other hand, I had learned in the spring of 1973, from Jack Pugh of M.I.T. (originator of DYNAMO continuous system simulation language, which was specially designed for systems dynamics simulation) that Dr. Bolt, Chairman of BBN and Pugh's neighbor told him about BBN's plan to establish a commercial firm with packet-switching data communication services. This was realized in 1976 with Larry Roberts as its President of Telenet (not telnet of TCP/IP protocol, albeit both were confusing). Telenet was acquired by GTE to become GTE/Telenet, which later became as Sprint. I helped their extension to many overseas countries, especially to Japan -- more later.