Gaiacomm Hits Florida

Gaiacomm International Corporation has chosen Jacksonville for its new production facility and headquarters

August 16, 2004

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- GAIACOMM INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, formed to develop superior wireless communications utilizing terahertz technology developed by Founder and Physicist Dr. Judah Ben-Hur, has chosen Jacksonville for its new production facility and headquarters. The company is currently seeking funding for its startup and proof-of-concept development initiatives. Several sources have indicated a strong interest in funding this visionary technological breakthrough with the Gaiacomm technology.

The Board of Directors consists of Dr. Judah Ben-Hur, Chairman, Mr. David H. Horne, Jr., President and CEO, Mr. Dan J. Thomas, Jr., Executive Vice-President and COO, and Mr. Rob S. Cotton, Director of Human Resources. Ms. Brandie M. Halterman is Webmaster / Administrator.

The company’s Board of Advisors includes several notables: Florida Commissioner of Education Jim Horne, former Florida DOE Chief Technology Officer Ruben P. Lopez, attorney-at-law, J. Allison DeFoor II, the 1990 Lt. Governor running mate of former Florida Governor Bob Martinez, and William E. ("Bill") Horne, President-CEO, Outback Sports, Inc.

Plans for Gaiacomm International Corporation include full development and commercialization of a global wireless communications protocol that is expected to revitalize a volatile telecommunications industry. The development of this proprietary – and closely safeguarded – technology will have a significant impact on the Jacksonville labor force, creating local employment opportunities for engineers of many disciplines, as well as abundant job opportunities for other non-engineering support positions, including many in high-tech, management and administrative fields.

"The next great business frontier will be found in the wireless communications industry, and innovative product developments for this field are central to the survival of every enterprise, regardless of company size or product volume. Every business is affected by the timeliness of communications, whether it involves its customers, its suppliers, or just its employees. Innovation is key to American companies keeping pace with the European and Asian markets in this decade, and critical in providing continuing careers in engineering and related scientific disciplines for students in our country’s colleges and universities. We need to embrace new technologies that promise new business opportunities that will, in turn, strengthen the U.S. economy first and foremost, then the economies of the world." according to Gaiacomm EVP Dan Thomas. "In the wake of the ghastly events of 9-11, the U.S. economy and its employment numbers reeled, staggered, and dropped as an unanticipated result. Employment within the telecommunications industry was particularly hard hit, and is slow to recover. It is paramount that we seek a bold, new technology to help us compete on the world stage again, resurrect our economy, and create jobs for our university graduates and those persons displaced in the aftermath of 9-11".

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