F. Scott Yeager and the
Rise of the Commercial Internet
Securing the Network
A Biography of F. Scott Yeager, and the history of the conception and development of today’s Commercial Internet.
by Nathan Gregory
SCOTT YEAGER – A HISTORY OF INNOVATION
Scott Yeager’s Reprivata cyber-security solution is grounded in his 30+ years as an innovator who has had a direct and profound impact on the shape and functionality of the internet. He is directly responsible for:
Conceiving the First Metered Application Services (MAS) (1996).
Establishing the First Commercial Streaming Media Service as MFS Datanet (1994).
Pioneering Distributed Application Server Systems now known as “cloud services” at Enron Broadband Services (1998-2000).
Inventing the use of Local Area Network protocol Ethernet as a Service to interconnect systems, which fundamentally changed the telecom industry (1991).