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.
The US joined a global AI partnership for coronavirus recovery to stick it to China
Following the agreement, the White House COVID-19 High Performance Computing Consortium will begin sharing data and resources with other G-7 nations.
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.
Contractors want extended deadline to rid Chinese tech from networks
Contractors are worried complying with an upcoming deadline to rid their networks of blacklisted Chinese tech could be the final nail in the coffin during this economic downturn.
Navy No. 1 stresses improved IT, cybersecurity on ships in Navy of the future
Acting Navy Sectary Thomas Modly said he plans to submit recommendations on how to get the Navy to be a future-fighting force in the coming days.
GSA pushes forward with ban on Huawei, ZTE in 2020
The Federal Acquisition Service’s first refresh of its consolidated schedule will include the ban on contracting with vendors tied to Chinese tech companies Huawei and ZTE.