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Global Need for Digitalization and Network Security, Heeds Help From the Technology Sector

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA -- (Marketwire) -- 03/16/10 -- -- Medical records transition from paper to digital files will provide a more efficient and accessible healthcare service. U.S. President Barack Obama has proposed that all health records in the country be modernized -- standard and electronic. The U.S government has already been spending almost $20 billion creating this transition. Aside from modernization of these records, security to this enterprise should be reliable for safety and privacy of these records. IT experts, hesitating on this move, recommend that the security issue be addressed first.

The U.S. Healthcare system is just a minute percentage in the target market population of the Technology Industry, the Networking & Communication Devices Industry in particular. Senior analyst at, has two companies of this concern, 3Com Corporation (NASDAQ: COMS) and F5 Networks Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV); and his team of analysts have studied how these companies can provide for this demand not only the U.S. government, but also to the global demand.

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"This modernization plan of President Obama is foreseen to be completed in 5 years time, and by then, aside from the rest of U.S. government sectors to adopt this plan, the rest of the world will follow suit," stated David Cowan, senior analyst at, "The Networking & Communication Devices Industry will be able to provide for these developments at a high cost to customers... but as demand for these services continues to grow higher it is estimated that costs will fall in the future following the natural law of demand and supply."

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3Com Corporation provides enterprise networking solutions worldwide. The company offers local area network products which analyze incoming data to prevent viruses and malicious traffic from entering the network. The company serves various industries, including education, finance, government, health care, insurance, and manufacturing through distributors, resellers, systems integrators, and direct-touch sales representatives. It sells its products and services in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, North America, the Asia Pacific, Latin America, and South America.

F5 Networks Inc. provides technology that optimizes the delivery of network-based applications, as well as the security, performance, and availability of servers, data storage devices, and other network resources. It primarily serves technology, telecommunications, financial services, transportation, education, and manufacturing and healthcare industries, as well as government customers. It sells its products and services in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Japan, and the Asia Pacific.

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