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Microsoft | February 05, 2020
Microsoft, Dell, and AT&T are three of the names involved in the project, according to a report from the WSJ, with others likely to be added as the work on the 5G alternative advances. What the government hopes to achieve is a common engineering standard, with Microsoft and its partners to build 5G software essentially allowing the use of hardware from any manufacturer. So technically, the US authorities want to keep Huawei out of its 5G network, and it hopes other states would do the same o...
QuoLab Technologies | April 18, 2022
QuoLab Technologies, provider of a data-centric security operations platform (SOP), announced its partnership with B Technology, an Austin, Texas-based IT infrastructure and cyber security solutions provider. B Technology will serve as an official reseller of the QuoLab platform, helping the company to extend its reach to both commercial and government entities.
Now more than ever, strong security is a requirement for every organization. This partnership will...
IBM | October 13, 2021
IBM and Raytheon Technologies will jointly develop advanced artificial intelligence, cryptographic and quantum solutions for the aerospace, defense and intelligence industries, including the federal government, as part of a strategic collaboration agreement the companies announced today.
Artificial intelligence and quantum technologies give aerospace and government customers the ability to design systems more quickly, better secure their communications networks and improve d...
TSMC | May 20, 2020
Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday urged the Trump administration to answer “serious questions” about Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co Ltd’s plans to build a U.S.-based $12 billion plant, flagging national security concerns and potentially undisclosed subsidies. TSMC, the world’s biggest contract chipmaker and supplier to U.S. tech giants such as Apple Inc, announced the project last week, in a move trumpeted by Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross as signaling a “renai...
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