Marine Corps base gets military’s first look at ‘ultra wideband’ 5G
The latest military base to ink a 5G networking partnership with the private sector will be the first to have "ultra wideband" telecommunications tech.
Verizon loses protest of EIS’s use of lowest price, technically acceptable sources
Primes on the $50 billion contract have argued the process often used by the Pentagon results in "quick fixes" of little value.
With telecom modernization in flux, officials encourage modifying EIS solicitations during pandemic
“This is a chance for the agencies to take a look and see where there might be gaps in what they were rolling out and look to expand their EIS solicitations," says one FAS official.
Verizon’s Nick Nilan says modernization is about cultural change and more
Nilan says IT modernization is also about upgrading IT infrastructure – including the networks and the applications which support mission and outcomes.
Coronavirus could further delay EIS telecom modernization ‘crucial’ to emergency response
The General Services Administration isn't pushing back contract award deadlines, yet.
DOE national laboratory adds Verizon’s first federal 5G Lab
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is partnering with Verizon Business to develop cybersecurity that will underpin 5G for critical infrastructure, AI and IoT.