United Data Technologies (UDT) to Unveil Classroom of the Future at Florida Education Technology Conference

Miami, FL, January 10, 2010 --(PR.com)-- At a private library, a student writes a term paper online with fifteen of his peers who are thousands of miles away – all in real-time. A teacher uses geo-tagging on Google EarthTM to showcase an archeological dig while scientists discuss their finds through a live feed on YouTubeTM. Welcome to the classroom of the future!

Educators seeking innovative solutions for their IT needs will get a chance to explore the “classroom of the future” when United Data Technologies (UDT) showcases the latest technological breakthroughs in the field of education at the FETC 2010 tradeshow in Orlando, Florida, from January 12th-15th, 2010.

As the leading provider of IT solutions in the Southeastern United States, UDT has provided leading edge technology to the K-12 market for over a decade. During the FETC tradeshow, the company will again lead the way by unveiling the latest state-of-the-art products and services designed to help educators equip their classrooms for the 21st century.

Visitors to the UDT “Treasure Hunt”-themed booth will experience the thrill of the digital classroom, along with the latest and greatest products from tier-one UDT partners like Hewlett Packard. Customers and prospective clients will also have an opportunity to win prizes based on clues from products and booths throughout the conference. The Treasure Hunt will begin at 5 p.m. Wednesday, with prizes awarded Thursday night.

“We plan to show educators that UDT continues to be their total solutions provider with hardware, services, deployment and installations from the data center to the desktop and beyond,” states Tony Cossio, Vice President of Public Sector Sales. “They will be able to view live demos as well as experience firsthand the myriad of functionalities these products bring to students and teachers alike.”

Tradeshow attendees also will be able to explore UDT’s “Classroom in the Box” approach to the interactive classroom, which offers an all-inclusive audio-visual technology package designed to enhance the multimedia experience. The Pole-Vault System, a major component of the package, offers a single point of control for teachers to manage audio and video equipment throughout the classroom.

“The benefit of our ‘Classroom in the Box’ is it’s a turnkey product eliminating the need for schools to buy various components and other devices from separate vendors,” Cossio said. “They get one part number from UDT and we take care of everything they need to make their classroom a state-of-the-art environment.”

FETC is one of the largest and most successful conferences showcasing the latest educational technology in the United States. It is expected to draw over 400 vendors, as well as college educators and administrators from schools nationwide.

For additional information about “Classroom in the Box” or the PoleVault System please visit: www.udtonline.com/av

For additional information about UDT’s participation at FETC, please contact Marvin Dejean, Director of Marketing, at United Data Technologies, 305-882-0435 ext. 5916, or via email at mdejean@udtonline.com.

About United Data Technologies:
United Data Technologies Inc. (UDT) named one of the 50 fastest growing IT firms in the U.S. by Everything Channel is a leading provider of high-performance technology solutions in the Southeast and Mid-South United States. The company is dedicated to helping our customers maximize their investments in IT by providing the best and latest technology solutions. UDT partners with top tier leaders in the industry to provide the latest products, from personal computing, audio visual infrastructure to customized solutions to our clients. At UDT, we believe that your IT experience should always help you “accomplish more”. Learn more by visiting www.udtonline.com.

United Data Technologies Inc.
Marvin Dejean