ATIS | May 22, 2020
ATIS noted that the timeline for 6G development has already begun, as today’s investments in 5G networks, devices and applications already point toward the future opportunities for 6G.
Industry and government have started collaboration to create the 6G future, but this work must be amplified now to position the U.S. as the leader.
U.S. maintains a competitive technology position in 5G networks today and 6G networks in the future.
The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) announced a call to action and shared its vision for collaboration across government, academia and industry to promote U.S. leadership on the path to 6G.
ATIS noted that the timeline for 6G development has already begun, as today’s investments in 5G networks, devices and applications already point toward the future opportunities for 6G. The entity highlighted that collaborative steps and an aligned commitment between government and industry was key to ensure the U.S. maintains a competitive technology position in 5G networks today and 6G networks in the future.
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COVID-19 has brought unprecedented economic and public health challenges, and it has also shone a spotlight on the critical role of communications networks in our daily lives, as the connective fabric between people, While innovation can be triggered in reaction to current market needs, technology leadership at a national level requires an early commitment and development that addresses U.S. needs as well as a common vision and set of objectives,
Susan Miller, President and CEO, ATIS.
ATIS’ Call to Action promotes a holistic approach, beginning with innovative research and development that addresses U.S. needs, a commitment to standardization, and full-scale commercialization.
The entity said that the result of this initiative will be the introduction of 6G services and technologies that position the U.S. as the global leader for the next decade and beyond.
While the realities of different geographies, populations, economies and government oversight will always influence global market demands, it is the leadership of ideas coupled with the commitment of the public, private and academic sectors that will deliver the power and benefits of U.S. technological leadership. Industry and government have started collaboration to create the 6G future, but this work must be amplified now to position the U.S. as the leader in telehealth, smart agriculture, distance learning, digitized commerce and artificial intelligence,
Mike Nawrocki, Vice President, Technology and Solutions, ATIS.
Other nations have also kicked off initial efforts in the race to future 6G technologies. In November 2019, China also officially started researching 6G technology.
According to reports by Chinese state media, government ministries and research institutes had initial meetings with the aim of establishing a national 6G technology research and development group. The Ministry of Science and Technology said that it will set up two working groups to carry out the 6G research activities.
Also, Chinese vendors Huawei and ZTE have also started research on future 6G technologies.
Also in November, the University of Oulu, in Finland, published what is claimed to be the world’s first 6G whitepaper, outlining the key drivers, research requirements and challenges for this technology.
The report outlines a tentative roadmap towards ‘ubiquitous wireless intelligence’ for 2030. “The bottom line of 6G is data,” said Matti Latva-aho, director of 6G Flagship at the University of Oulu and co-editor of the whitepaper. “The way in which data is collected, processed, transmitted and consumed within the wireless network should drive 6G development.”
Earlier this year, the Japanese government announced plans to put together a comprehensive strategy regarding future “6G” wireless communications networks, and it already set up a panel to start discussions on the topic.
The 6G panel will discuss and analyze technology development, potential utilization of this future technology, as well as methods and policies.
Japan’s 6G panel will include representatives of the private sector as well as university researchers and will hear opinions from a variety of industries in order to study potential challenges.
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As a leading technology and solutions development organization, the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) brings together the top global ICT companies to advance the industry's most pressing business priorities. ATIS' nearly 200 member companies are currently working to address 5G, the All-IP transition, network functions virtualization, cybersecurity, big data analytics, cloud services, device solutions, emergency services, M2M, network evolution, quality of service, billing support, operations, and much more.
Carahsoft | January 18, 2021
Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider, today declared that it has joined Broadcom's worldwide cyber security aggregator program. The program use Carahsoft's exceptional reason fabricated devices and assets to all the more likely serve the U.S. Government and public area markets and the organization's affiliate accomplices combined with Broadcom's driving cyber security arrangements. This organization underscores Broadcom's proceeded with obligation to building up the public area channel by utilizing Carahsoft's ability as Broadcom's Master Government Aggregator.
With longer than a time of involvement with the public authority contracting space, Carahsoft is the wholesaler for both the Symantec and CA Technologies arrangement sets under Broadcom in the public area, offering extra benefit to clients looking for industry driving security or application improvement and the executives apparatuses. These arrangements are accessible through Carahsoft's affiliates and integrators on Carahsoft's GSA Schedule 70, NASA SEWP V, ITES-SW2, NASPO ValuePoint, The Quilt and numerous different agreements to grow the scope and effect of Broadcom's answers across administrative, state and nearby governments and medical services and instructive foundations.
“The Carahsoft team is grateful for the opportunity to carry on our long-term relationship with Symantec through our expanding partnership with Broadcom. The CSAP combines our joint resources to solve our public sector customers’ most pressing security challenges,” said Craig P. Abod, Carahsoft President. “We are proud to be chosen for this program and look forward to working with our reseller and system integrators partners to better support our government customers and drive adoption of Broadcom’s cutting-edge Symantec enterprise cyber security solutions.”
Carahsoft dispatched its organization with Symantec in 2004 and has assembled a committed outreach group with a profound information on arrangements that safe government undertakings. With this most recent development of its job under the CSAP, Carahsoft can use this aptitude to offer specialized help for Symantec devices, addressing a large number of its clients' most problems that need to be addressed rapidly and productively while offering client assistance customized to the public authority space.
“We look forward to investing in Carahsoft as our premier distributor for the U.S. Government, education and healthcare markets and supporting this crucial channel,” said Roy Borden, Vice President of Global Partners at Broadcom. “The mass shift to remote work has dramatically expanded the threat landscape, and we stand ready to help public sector agencies secure their IT environments and maintain compliance in collaboration with Carahsoft and its reseller partners.”
Carahsoft Technology Corp. is The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider®. As a top-performing GSA Schedule, SEWP and ITES-SW2 contract holder, Carahsoft serves as the Master Government Aggregator® for many of its best-of-breed technology vendors, supporting an extensive ecosystem of manufacturers, value-added resellers, system integrators and consulting partners committed to helping government agencies select and implement the best solution at the best possible value.
Supply Chain Digital | May 04, 2020
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