A: Mountain View, California, United States
On October 13, 1994 Marc Andreesen of Mosaic Communications Corporation released Mosaic Netscape 0.9, beta on USENET:
"Mosaic Communications Corporation is a making a public version of Mosaic Netscape 0.9 Beta available for anonymous FTP. Mosaic Netscape is a built-from-scratch Internet navigator featuring performance optimized for 14.4 modems, native JPEG support, and more.
"You can FTP Mosaic Netscape 0.9 Beta from the following locations:
"ftp.mcom.com in /netscape
"gatekeeper.dec.com in /pub/net/infosys/Mosaic-Comm
"lark.cc.ukans.edu in /Netscape
"ftp.meer.net in /Netscape doc.ic.ac.uk in /packages/Netscape
"archie.au in /pub/misc/netscape
"ftp.cica.indiana.edu in /pub/pc/win3/winsock/nscape09.zip (PC only) mac.archive.umich.edu in /mac (Mac only)
"Please make sure to read the README and LICENSE files.
An up-to-date listing of mirror sites can be obtained at any time by sending email to [email protected]
"Subject to the timing and results of this beta cycle, Mosaic Communications will release Mosaic Netscape 1.0, also available free for personal use via the Internet. It will be subject to license terms; please review them when and if you obtain Mosaic Netscape 1.0.
"A commercial version of Mosaic Netscape 1.0, including technical support from Mosaic Communications, will be available upon completion of the beta cycle. Contact us at [email protected] for more information.
"Marc and the gang
[email protected], http://mosaic.mcom.com/"
One month later, in November 1994 the company renamed itself Netscape Communications Corporation.