State Department seeks ‘clean path’ 5G networks
State wants "an end-to-end communication path that does not use any 5G transmission, control, computing, or storage equipment from an untrusted vendor."
New group of DOD sites for 5G testing includes California, Hawaii, Virginia, Texas, Oklahoma
The DOD announced seven more bases that will host 5G testing. The goal is to advance both civilian and military uses of the emerging technology.
Air Force adds another base to military’s 5G program, to prototype software
The pilot project at Nellis Air Force Base will partner with an industry consortium, the 485-member Information Warfare Research Project.
NSF would rebrand, wield $100B for strategic tech research under Schumer bill
The bipartisan Endless Frontier Act would rename the agency the National Science and Technology Foundation to fit an expanded mission.
Here’s the Pentagon’s plan to help the US stay ahead on 5G
The DOD has been working to develop 5G technology and recently released its strategy on harnessing the tech and (at least trying to) beat China's efforts.
DOD’s Deasy, citing risks to GPS, pushes back on Ligado decision
Dana Deasy and other top tech leaders in the military railed against a recent FCC decision they say will harm the GPS system.