FCC Moves to Limit the Number of Spam and Scam Texts

The proposed rule out of the Federal Communications Commission notes such messages should be blocked “at the network level.”

NOAA Looks to Transition Ground-Based Radio Processing to the Cloud

The agency plans to offer industry and academia the chance to demonstrate how cloud solutions could enable their radio processing objectives.

How Will the Military Use 5G? A New Drone Experiment Offers Clues

High-speed, low-latency networks promises to help bring AI to bear on floods of battlefield sensor data.

Strong Solar Storm Could Impact U.S. Communications This Week

The geomagnetic storm could also make auroras visible in the Northeast and upper Midwest.

Lumen Tapped To Upgrade Customs and Border Protection Comms Network

The Communications company will overhaul CBP’s communications infrastructure and expand its network. 

New Bluetooth Upgrade Could Provide a Big Audio Assist for Government

The one-to-one limitation on Bluetooth devices may no longer be the case.

Zoom's new security authorization might mean expanded use by defense components

A large number of entities were awaiting this fresh approval, a senior official confirmed.

Zoom's New Security Authorization Might Soon Mean Expanded Use by Defense Components

A large number of entities were awaiting this fresh approval, a senior official confirmed.

DOD Awards Verizon Almost $1 Billion to Modernize its Networks

New communications equipment will soon be deployed at the Pentagon and beyond.

Army Bring-Your-Own-Device Experiments Test New Security Concepts

The service is “setting the stage” to try new communications ideas in the Pacific.

Energy Department Awards Verizon $34.6M to Modernize its Communications Services

Two new Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions task orders will underpin the work.

Follow These 3 Ts for Faster, More Effective Application Development

Government agencies must optimize application development to realize digital transformation goals. Facilitating collaboration and aligning DevOps, IT, security and mission owners is crucial to this mission.

Lockheed Martin and Verizon to Partner to Develop 5G Tech for the Military

The companies recently connected a military communications network to a commercial 5G network.

Senate Unanimously Passes Secure Equipment Act

The legislation aims to protects telecom networks from foreign threats.

DIU’s First 5G Experiment Could Be a Game-Changer for First Responders

The Defense Innovation Unit is prototyping portable—and wearable—networking tools with the California National Guard so they can connect anywhere.

Bill Supports the Expansion and Development of 6G Infrastructure

A bipartisan bill would establish a council to oversee and implement 6G broadband access across the country.