Here’s how the US can beat China in the race for dominance in next generation networks

cnbc | November 26, 2019

While China has embraced next generation networks at a faster pace, experts say the U.S. still has some advantages in the competition for dominance. China rolled out its 5G networks nationwide on Nov. 1, with three of its state-owned carriers offering plans for the service. One week later, Beijing said it launched research and development efforts into 6G networks. 5G refers to mobile networks with super-fast data speeds that can support technologies like driverless cars. While 6G refers to the next generation of networks, 5G is still in its early stages as much of the world still operates on 4G networks.

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KBR, Inc. | November 30, 2020

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Stratasys Introduces Data Security Platform Supporting Growing U.S. Government Implementations of 3D Printing

Stratasys | September 30, 2021

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Carahsoft Government IT Solutions Provider Announces Microsoft Azure Services Now Available to U.S. Government Customers

Carahsoft | August 28, 2020

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