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Kathleen Kiernan, a federal law enforcement veteran, will formally serve as president of NEC Corporation of America‘s national security systems business after holding the post on an interim basis for more than two months. NEC said Wednesday Kiernan drove the company’s Foreign Ownership, Control or Influence-mitigated subsidiary as it moved to a new phase of […] More
Verizon has partnered with digital infrastructure company Equinix to expand its software-defined interconnect technology and allow global and public sector customers to automatically connect multiprotocol label switching and Ethernet private networks to clouds and other service providers. The expansion will enable users to obtain fast network services activation at lower access cost and improved networking […] More
Iridium Communications has partnered with MetOcean Telematics and provided the Canadian Coast Guard with Certus Thales VesseLINK marine satellite broadband terminals in an effort to enhance the service branch’s internet reliability in the high Arctic region. The Iridium network will work on supporting the coordination of the Coast Guard ships and crew members to the […] More
Benji Hutchinson, a two-decade biometric technology veteran, has joined Paravision to serve as the face recognition and computer vision software company’s new president and chief operating officer. Hutchinson will drive company efforts in scaling operations to address a market need for artificial intelligence technologies to be used in biometric applications, Paravision said. The newly appointed […] More
Delta Bridge, a PAE subsidiary, has agreed to use Thuraya‘s mobile satellite services in telecommunication efforts that support the federal government. Abu Dhabi-based Thuraya said Wednesday it will help Delta Bridge expand offerings to support the satellite communications of U.S. government and military customers. “Adding satellite connectivity to our portfolio will expand our scope of […] More
Intel, Amazon Web Services and Megh Computing have formed a partnership to launch a Citizens Broadband Radio Service private network intended to provide a community IN Sacramento, California with broadband access to enable remote learning. Intel said Tuesday the CBRS network is planned to cover a three-quarter-mile area and give high-speed internet connectivity access to […] More
Larry Kirsch, a former senior vice president at information technology and services provider PCM, has joined Connection to lead its public sector team and drive the delivery of IT products and services to federal, state and local government agencies as well as educational institutions. As president of Connection Public Sector Solutions, Kirsch will contribute his […] More

Google Cloud and SpaceX have teamed up to enable public sector agencies, companies and other organizations to deliver data, applications and cloud services to their teams that are operating at the network edge. SpaceX will establish Starlink ground stations within Google’s data centers to facilitate the delivery of data and applications to any location using Google Cloud and SpaceX’s constellation of more than 1,500 Starlink satellites as part of the partnership.

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Lumen Technologies has recently won a potential 12-year, task order under the General Services Administration’s (GSA) $50 billion Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) program, to provide secure high-speed connectivity, WiFi, unified communications and managed network services to the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General (JAG) Corps. Lumen will operate on an initial one-year term with 11 additional one-year options available to continue work.

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Raytheon Technologies' intelligence and space business has teamed up with CAES to develop a connectivity platform for U.S. Air Force aircraft to access commercial satellite internet services. CAES said Monday it will build a radio frequency signal converter for integration into a phased array antenna Raytheon is developing to support the Air Force Research Laboratory-led Defense Experimentation Using Commercial Space Internet program.

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