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Compu Serve Classic shut down in 2009, Compu Serve 2000 followed suit in 2011.

While Jeffrey Wilkins, the son-in-law of Golden United founder Harry Gard, Sr., is widely credited as the first president of Compu Serve, the initial president was actually Dr. Early employees also recruited from the University of Arizona included Sandy Trevor (inventor of the Compu Serve CB Simulator chat system), Doug Chinnock, and Larry Shelley.The first of these new executives was Robert Tillson, who left Service Bureau Corporation (then a subsidiary of Control Data Corporation, but originally formed as a division of IBM) to become Compu Serve's Executive Vice President of Marketing.He then recruited Charles Mc Call (who followed Jeff Wilkins as CEO, and later became CEO of medical information firm HBO & Co.), Maury Cox (who became CEO after the departure of Mc Call), and Robert Massey (who followed Cox as CEO).In the earliest buildups, each line terminated on a single machine at Compu Serve's host, so different numbers had to be used to reach different computers.Later, the central multiplexers in Columbus were replaced with PDP-8 minicomputers, and the PDP-8s were connected to a DEC PDP-15 minicomputer that acted as switches so a phone number was not tied to a particular destination host.AOL's entry into the PC market in 1991 marked the beginning of the end for CIS.

AOL charged $2.95 an hour versus $5.00 an hour for Compuserve, until 1996, when AOL switched to a monthly subscription instead of hourly rates, so for active users AOL was much less expensive.

Its success prompted Compu Serve to drop the Micro NET name in favor of its own.

Compu Serve's origin was approximately concurrent with that of The Source.

Wilkins replaced Goltz as CEO within the first year of operation.

The company objectives were twofold: to provide in-house computer processing support to Golden United Life Insurance; and to develop as an independent business in the computer time-sharing industry, by renting time on its PDP-10 midrange computers during business hours.

A complex deal was worked out with World Com acting as a broker, resulting in CIS being sold to AOL.