Defense leaders hope 5G can improve base security

Defense leaders hope 5G can improve base security
Emerging 5G networks promise to bring powerful new connectivity to military bases and soldiers in the field. But how exactly will we get there?

In an interview with C4ISRNET’s Adam Stone, Maj. Gen. David Isaacson, the Army’s director of networks, services and strategy, described the service’s path forward on the new technology.

Read the full article on C4ISRNET

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