The Army is embarking on a handful of 5G tests that it hopes will bring the service into the future with networking technology.
The National Spectrum Consortium is devoted to R&D related to the emerging 5G and related Internet of Things technologies. Now it has a new executive director, Dr. Maren Leed.
The budget gets rid of the overseas contingency operations account and divests $2.8 billion in legacy systems.
The Coast Guard is transforming its cyber “blue team” enterprise into a more comprehensive Cyber Operational Assessments Branch, and is standing up its first red team as part of this restructuring.
In today's Federal Newscast, a new Government Accountability Office report finds that the Defense Department is relying too much on GPS.
Ulf Ewaldsson, senior vice president and chief network officer at T-Mobile US, explained how 5G can help federal agencies accomplish their goals.
The working group over the last year-plus interviewed industry, academia, federal, state and local government agencies and other experts to receive demonstrations to identify capabilities and determine test bed suitability for use by the federal government of test labs.
Four years in, the FirstNet program is adding 5G technology to the nation's first responder network. And it's been steadily building out coverage in rural parts of the country.
The strategy will bring together elements that allow weapons systems to draw on large amounts of data.
Watch the videos of the Federal News Network and AT&T 5G Summit, in which defense leaders share their stories, lessons-learned, and enthusiasm for the transformational new technology.
Watch the videos of the Federal News Network and AT&T 5G Summit, in which government and industry leaders share how they are actively researching how to unlock the full potential of 5G and increase security measures.
In today's Federal Newscast, the Army issued a new strategy for straightening up the nation's flagpole in the Arctic.
The three-month team will look at computer chips, medical supplies and everything in between.
From a security perspective, the deployment of new equipment, software and virtualized technology to manage communications networks and carrying over some legacy systems are important.