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Techno President

President Barack Obama addressed the nation last night in the annual Presidential State of the Union address.  Technology was a recurring theme during his address from the Internet, to Facebook, to Google, to computer chips, to GPS, to high-speed internet, to electronic medical record access for Veterans, and more.  The President claimed we will invest in Information Technology. For the data communication and networking infrastructure world, interest was piqued when Obama conveyed “Within the next five years, we'll make it possible for businesses to deploy the next generation of high-speed wireless coverage to 98 percent of all Americans. This isn't just about faster Internet or fewer dropped calls. It's about connecting every part of America to the digital age. It's about a rural community in Iowa or Alabama where farmers and small business owners will be able to sell their products all over the world. It's about a firefighter who can download the design of a burning building onto a handheld device; a student who can take classes with a digital textbook; or a patient who can have face-to-face video chats with her doctor.” The comment about the firefighter immediately conjured up an image of Jack Bauer from “24,” instantly downloading the entire building schematics of some obscure facility within seconds, but maybe someday sooner than later that technology really will be at our fingertips.  Certainly, the FCC will need to achieve its goal of opening up 300MHz of bandwidth by 2015, to help realize Obama’s vision.  Additionally, there is tremendous opportunity to upgrade and expand existing networks as well as to introduce new network infrastructures. At Falcon Tech, we are ready and able to help your company achieve its networking goals.  Call 1-800-989-7009 today, or check us out online at