NATO and 5G: Managing “High Risk” Vendors and Other Outsourced Infrastructure

written by On May 29, 2020

Fifth-generation telecommunications (5G) technology promises to dramatically increase the interconnectedness and efficiency of commercial and civilian communication infrastructures. 5G will also enable other advances. On the civilian side, it will improve existing applications and give rise to others, from telemedicine to connected cars. It also presents an opportunity to enhance NATO’s capabilities, improving logistics, maintenance, and communications. For instance, 5G will speed communication and improve response time in a theater of operation.

 

NATO and 5G: Managing “High Risk” Vendors and Other Outsourced Infrastructure

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