Race for the Net
When African Americans Controlled the Internet and What Happens Now?
By Albert E. White
In 1993, an African American company achieved one of the most critical roles in technology history — opening access to the Internet and World Wide Web for the global community. More than 4.2 billion people currently utilize the Internet today making it the most crucial technology of the 20th and 21st centuries adopting and changing of people’s lives around the world today and in the future. No other company has had more to do with bringing the Internet to the global community than the original Network Solutions, an African American founded technology company.
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Meet the Author
Albert E. White
With 30 plus years of business and finance experience, Albert E. White has been an advisor to some of the most successful CEOs in the country. He has vast experience in the technology area, healthcare, energy, disaster services, Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Mr. White is a known visionary in identifying market niches. He has been the CEO of two energy companies and senior manager for a number of technology companies. Mr. White has been successful in growing businesses in both domestic and international markets.