All the houses of study in the country employ computers in the process publicized, including 2 368 rural schools with photovoltaic solar panels, among these 93 which have as tuition a single student. At the same time, increases the number of people with access to the Internet, and approximately 900 000 e-mail users, for which there are public rooms that provide those services. Only through the network of health, INFOMED, personally accessed approximately 30 000 professionals, physicians and paramedics. In that sector currently expands the computerization and networking of offices of the doctor and the nurse in the family, the core of primary health care to the population. And to say the economy? The employer who in these times is only part of the information, by comprehensive and up-to-date it may be, will leave open the road to failure. Similar comments could do in relation to the premises to assess new scientific experiments in Cuba.
Internet allows you to quickly know what has been done anywhere in the world in any discipline of science, who and under which theoretical budgets. What prevents this in the world of? the science? Therefore, on the one hand waste time on repeat what others have done and, at the same time, accelerate the path of research for, finally, the novelty or obsolescence of ideas put on the table. Or resources are not lost time. History of an Internet network is word written in the English language meaning the network. Its origins go back to a U.S. military project intended to obtain a secure communications network that could be kept even if it fails any of its points of support. Thus harp was born, information network initiated in 1960, which was proposed to connect computers located at dispersed sites, regardless that some were out of service at a time into a military conflict. Systems or protocols that finally allowed such interconnection were developed in 1973 by the computer scientist Vinton Cerf and engineer, also American, Robert Kahn, known as Internet Protocol (IP) and Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).