US, Albania agree to develop secure 5G networks abroad
The U.S. wants to stop countries in the Western Balkans from buying potentially compromised Chinese infrastructure.
Pentagon to establish new security standards for 5G technology
The new security regime is being developed in collaboration with the department's CIO and will focus on supply chain security.
Lawmakers reintroduce bill to finance 5G projects in 22 European countries
The legislation aims to rid potentially compromised equipment from networks in Central and Eastern Europe.
Customized agency networks are the ‘real benefit’ of 5G
So says a deputy division director at the National Science Foundation, which is working to launch a fourth city-scale testbed.
Joint Base San Antonio to focus on 5G for telemedicine
The DOD is testing how new 5G networks could help medics in the field and in military hospitals at Joint Base San Antonio.
Carr: FCC must continue freeing up spectrum for 5G
The Republican commissioner shared his schedule for have federal agencies vacate certain bands so they can be auctioned to commercial providers.