A blog entry that begins with promises of the new president of the United States, Donald Trump, may tend to lose credibility quickly, especially if the promise speaks of improving “highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals”, but forget one of the most important infrastructures to promote the mentioned ones: telecommunications. Especially because the article itself mentions the deficiencies that still exist in the United States under its standards. However, using Trump's words is a good claim to start an article, but the point is more important (if possible): legacy systems are not always useless or need to be replaced. This fact is not a minor one, because sometimes it feels as if everything goes out of fashion and becomes inefficient in no time. And that there are no systems, nor characters, which —despite being outdated (like Trump)— are still in force.
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President Donald Trump has committed to invest heavily in infrastructure in an attempt to accelerate economic growth in the United States and create jobs.
“We are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals,” Trump said on election night last November. If the trillion-dollar plan materializes, it is believed it will also include heavy investment in wireline broadband … Keep reading the original blog post here