Leonard Kleinrock

Leonard Kleinrock was born June 13,1934 is a well-known scientist in the world of computers. His first electronics project was building a crystal radio which got him hooked on electronics. He is now currently a professor at UCLA and assisted to the field of computer networking. Leonard Kleinricok also helped with the development of the ARPANET, which was the precursor to the internet. His earlier work was on queueing theory and packet switching which is the basic technology behind the internet.

Notable Achievements
Professor of Computer Sciences, UCLA
Chairman, Nomadix
Founder of Packet Switch Technology


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