This Day in History
January 27, 1994
Jim Clark Leaves Silicon Graphics to Start Mosaic Communications
Silicon Graphics Inc. co-founder Jim Clark leaves the company to start Mosaic Communications with Marc Andreessen. Mosaic became Netscape Communications Corp., and the company’s first product was a web browser, subsequently renamed Netscape Navigator. The share of Netscape users peaked in the mid-1990s, but had fallen to less than one percent by the end of 2006.