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Network Technology

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5G is the latest in a series of evolutions in public mobile networking, with widespread coverage and access on a subscription basis. 5G networks are characterized by improved capabilities across a variety of measures, including throughputs, latencies, numbers of devices, and battery life. 5G is used to attach small special purpose devices comprising the Internet of Things (IoT) to the Internet, and the important and growing number of services provided by the World Wide Web.
PCAS seeks to fundamentally increase Close Air Support effectiveness by enabling dismounted ground agents and combat aircrews to share real-time situational awareness and weapons systems data.
A substantial and prolonged disruption of electric power would have profound economic and human costs for the United States. From a defense perspective, a major power outage could hamper military mobilization and logistics and impair the capability to project force.
Distributed applications are important tools for managing global enterprises as they improve both the speed and scale of decision-making, learning, and other critical functions. Virtual documents are one example of a commonly used distributed application. These provide organizations with the ability to have multiple writers and editors collaborate on document authoring in near real-time regardless of their physical locations. These critical productivity tools rely on internet-enabled, enterprise-wide communication systems to interconnect sites and create a global substrate to support their operation.
The security of communications and information for troops operating in tactical warfighting environments is limited. At the tactical edge, end-to-end connections on secure servers are typically unreliable, negatively impacting operations and coordination with coalition partners.