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Government Networking: What to Expect in 2023
In 2023, government agencies and IT vendors that support them will continue to operate in an environment marked by rapid change. Agencies pursuing critical missions must acclimate to new opportunities and challenges. Vendors must operate with greater agility as well to advance agencies’ objectives. The following are three areas that are essential to the viability and well-being of a federal agency, and subsequently, where agency partners need to focus.
Unpacking the 2022 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium
As we look at a recap from the 2022 Defense Health Information Technology Symposium, this year's attendees discussed a number of trending topics of the industry, including supply chain and network stability. While uncertainty around supply chains has dogged vendors worldwide since the onset of the COVID pandemic, there are alternatives
Broadband for Everyone: Key Considerations for Buildout
Plenty of challenges must be overcome to close the digital divide. In this blog, Craig Culwell discusses some key considerations that may help with your network planning.
The Need for a Unified Network to Support Federal IoT Initiatives
When considering the federal Internet of Things (IoT) market, you’re looking at sensors with an extremely wide range of capabilities, network requirements and power needs.
Converged Networks: The Future of Naval Operations
Network technologies are at a major inflexion point, driving exponential complexity and causing the Navy to re-think the way its networks are deployed and managed. As the Navy – or any other Department of Defense agency – looks to upgrade its in-building wireless network to support mission requirements, pursuing a converged and managed approach provides significant benefits.
2022 Networking Trends: What’s Changed in the Federal Government?
As we revisit a few predictions on the key wireless initiatives in government in 2021, let’s find out how different are the networking trends one year down the road.
Poll Finds Feds View Network Speed, Data Privacy Key 5G Benefits
Federal agencies are exploring 5G’s implications for their missions, from taking defense technologies to the next level to improving telehealth visits for veterans. To explore sentiments around how federal government employees view their agency’s 5G progress, GBC conducted a brief survey with 116 federal government employees.
Are Your Agency’s Access Points Ready, Tested, and Certified for Wi-Fi 6?
In this blog, CommScope’s Brian Wright shares insight on the benefits of Wi-Fi 6 as new features increase wireless performance compared with previous Wi-Fi generations.
Bringing Wi-Fi to Disconnected Communities: Q&A with Al Brown, SmartWAVE Technologies
CommScope’s RUCKUS® partnered with SmartWAVE Technologies and Insight Enterprises to bring connectivity to Hidalgo County, Texas, where one-third of families live below the poverty line. Mittal Parekh’s blog highlights his conversation with Al Brown, SmartWAVE Technologies who shares behind the scenes insight on the largest free public Wi-Fi network in the U.S.