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  1. Startups Offer Emerging Military Technology

    ... sheet for an investment by Uber for on-demand air travel services, and is seeking partnerships with Lyft, Blade and regional air taxis. ... Li notes. MixComm Inc. MixComm is developing wireless millimeter-wave hardware for the emerging Wireless Gigabit (WiGig) and ...

  2. NATO Communications Have a Need for Speed

    ... contract, and the agency may support that with a long-range wireless communication capability at a lower cost than traditional wireless services. The goal is to complement advanced military communications with ...

  3. Secure Wireless Warfighter Comms Available When Troops Need Them Most

    ... The U.S. Army is developing and testing a variety of wireless technologies, including Wi-Fi and long-term evolution (LTE), to ... means long delays in availability of critical information services, which means increased vulnerability. Wireless technologies ...

  4. Going Mobile: Technology Policy Changes to Help DOD Go Full-Throttle

    ... 1 discuss the importance of better managing spectrum as wireless technologies consume the resource at high rates. Photo by Mike ... who moderated one panel. Spectrum enables an array of services, from satellite communication to cellphone functions to television ...

  5. U.S. Army's Deployed WIN-T Program Software Reduces System Management Complexity

    ... misconfigurations, we’re keeping the critical network services available,” Kawasaki says. “That’s what we’re talking ... a network infrastructure to bring classified data to the wireless command post, Sinclair says. “The military has been moving toward ...

  6. It’s Game Time (Again) For War Gaming

    ... such as radar and sonar as well as rapid improvements in wireless communications, mechanization, aviation, aircraft carriers, submarines ... 16 U.S. government agencies and each of the military services, Bell says. The overall curriculum that includes this year’s ...

  7. Connecting the Dots Between Disruptive Technologies

    ... include quantum computing, software-defined systems, wireless spectrum/bandwidth and autonomous systems and robotics. Bob Childs ... infrastructure, devices, applications and enterprise services. Phan says the Defense Department’s stance on mobility highlights ...

  8. Multiple Firms to Provide Wireless Services for U.S. Navy

    ... 2012 By George Seffers New Cingular Wireless Services Incorporated, doing business as AT&T Mobility, Hanover, Maryland; ...

  9. Speaking With One Voice

    ... “Picture a landscape in which soldiers can start up a wireless command post at the push of a button, a quick voice command can summon ... so that strategic-level echelons can take over some of the services once provided at the tactical level. Network after Next, or NaN, ...

  10. At-Sea Wireless Options Continue To Grow

    ... The U.S. Navy is outfitting its ships with unclassified wireless networks that will allow sailors and marines to move around a vessel ... for the Consolidated Afloat Network and Enterprise Services (CANES) program, which is creating a single network based on ...

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