4G shows just how fragile it is when a normal urban crowd gathers to celebrate.
Later this month, the FCC is set to vote on new rules that are likely to all-but-prohibit ZTE and Huawei equipment on U.S. commercial telecom networks.
In today’s Federal Newscast, new legislation from Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) would give agencies the authority to fire employees and contractors convicted or credibly found to have committed sexual assault while in government.
DoD plans to issue a RFP for 5G experiments in December, and may spend more than $400 million this year to begin adopting 5G for military purposes.
GSA officials say 5G will help bring the Internet of Things to every level of government, but that increase in smart sensors also means a greater surface area for cyber intrusions.
The director of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency released a new strategic intent plan that details the vision and objectives around five principles and eight objectives for the rebranded organization.
In today’s Federal Newscast, the Labor Department’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs has launched the Contractor Assistance Portal.
The Defense Department is adding 5G to the top of its research and engineering investments.
Jimmie Adkins, the vice president of federal for Ruckus Networks, said 5G and CBRS will change the way agencies use connected devices and enable a faster, more secure network.
Susan Diegelman, director of public affairs, AT&T, discusses 5G and what it means for consumers.