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What company was once called Quantum Computer Services?



Asked by Orion thames, Last updated: Jun 14, 2022

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e.Ronald

e.Ronald

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Answered Apr 13, 2018

AOL (first called "Control Video Corporation (1983–85)" then later "Quantum Computer Services (1985–91)" and finally became America Online in 1991–2009) is a web-based interface and online service provider situated in New York. It is a brand promoted by Oath, a secondary company of Verizon Communications. AOL was one of the early pioneers of the internet in the mid-90s, and the most perceived brand on the web in the Unified States.

It initially gave a dial-up service to many Americans, and in addition, giving an internet interface, email, messaging and later a web program following its buy of Netscape. At the stature of its prevalence, it bought the media aggregate Time Warner in the biggest merger in U.S. history. AOL quickly declined from that point, mostly because of the decay of dial-up to broadband. AOL was inevitably sequel from Time Warner in 2009, with Tim Armstrong delegated as the new President.

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Orion thames

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Answered Sep 06, 2017

Aol
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