If it's a high-tech resource, it's on this map.
Entrepreneurs looking to move to or start a business in Pennsylvania can now find out about the state's technology infrastructure, including fiber-optic systems, videoconferencing facilities, microwave towers, ISPs and even related educational locations, thanks to the new Technology Atlas from the governor's Office for Information Technology.
This computer database--which is maintained and updated by the staff of the University of Pittsburgh--allows users to download and print customized maps showing the locations of those technology resources. The database is updated continuously to reflect changes in the technology landscape. Users can access the atlas at http://www.technology.state.pa.us/atlas You can also order a free copy of the atlas database on CD-ROM by calling (717) 705-INFO.