A private 5G wireless network is being installed as part of a multi-year initiative to create a smart warehouse reference design.
With limited access to high-performance computing hampering the nation’s ability to maintain its competitiveness, a new report outlines how the U.S. can ensure the supply of HPC resources keeps up with demand.
By bringing artificial intelligence and compute power directly to edge devices, agencies can turn data from their expanding number of internet-of-things sensors into rapid, actionable insights.
A new report can help agencies assess the tradeoffs between AWS, Azure and the Google Cloud Platform when it comes to running online transaction processing applications.
Astronauts at the International Space Station will soon be getting a high-performance computer that will connect them to Microsoft’s Azure cloud.
The Defense Department is working with the General Services Administration to work out reciprocity between the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
The city built cell sites at government-owned facilities such as fire departments and libraries that were already connected to Tucson’s existing fiber backbone.
A group of Senate Democrats have introduced a bill to revamp state unemployment insurance systems by creating a set of shareable technology capabilities that focus on user experience.
Emergency officials are getting more comfortable with sending Integrated Public Alert and Warning System alerts thanks to a new tool to help develop policies and practices and a cloud-based testing lab.
To meet the functional demands of a remote workforce and ensure that the proper technology is in place to support services that drive mission success, agencies must move off their legacy infrastructure.