Kermit, in modem communications, refers to an early generation protocol. It is a file-transfer and terminal-emulation program developed for transfer of asynchronous data files, designed to help minimize the effects of interference and noise on analog telephone circuits. The Kermit Project was founded at the Columbia University Computer Center (now CUIT) in 1981, and until the mid to late 1990s, Kermit was Columbia's standard connectivity software, used by students, faculty, and staff.
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