DARPA plans 4 year open source 5G program to address US security fears

DARPA | February 04, 2020

US military research agency DARPA plans to launch an open source initiative to help secure upcoming 5G networks. OPS-5G aims to lead to the development of a portable standards-compliant network stack for 5G mobile that is open source and secure by design. The "long-term objective is a US-friendly ecosystem" featuring a trillion networked devices, a broad agency announcement for the four-year project states.

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On Jan. 12, 2015 Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced the 2016-2017 Biennial Revenue Estimate, a formal estimate of the funds available from taxes and other revenue sources over the next two years.

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On Jan. 12, 2015 Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced the 2016-2017 Biennial Revenue Estimate, a formal estimate of the funds available from taxes and other revenue sources over the next two years.

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