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Consulta curps, which helps businesses manage and deliver data-driven communications, said it would invest $1 billion in the U.S. and other markets.

“We are excited to have a partner in the Trump administration and President Trump to help guide this new era of communications and digital innovation,” said Consulta CEO Tom Daley.

“The new communications era is about making information accessible and engaging more people.

We’re excited about how this will affect the global economy, our consumers, and our employees.”

Daley said the investment would be paid for through the government’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which has not approved a major broadband infrastructure plan in years.

Daley added that a $200 billion investment was already in the pipeline to help accelerate digital transformation.

The company’s strategy for this year and next is to accelerate the deployment of its cloud services.

“We are going to make an investment in new cloud platforms and services in 2018 to accelerate our digital transformation,” Daley said.

Daly added that Consulta will be able to expand its services to serve a broader set of customers, such as governments, insurance companies, and the public.

He said the company will also help clients achieve faster adoption of digital solutions and improve customer experience.

Consulta has partnered with a variety of technology companies in the past.

In 2018, it invested $1.2 billion in virtual reality and augmented reality to help create the most immersive virtual reality experience in the history of consumer technology.

The firm also invested $500 million to help make the Oculus Rift VR headset.

Last year, the firm also helped to make the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus VR headsets available for sale.

Conserva also has partnerships with Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Uber.

Daley also said the firm will invest $10 million to make its cloud platform and services available for all of the world’s businesses.

He did not say how much money the firm was investing in these new platforms, which could include other platforms like Slack and other messaging services.