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Fact sheetVerizon solutions for smart bases.
Learn how our technology solutions and robust service capabilities can help you build a more modern and connected base.
2023 DefenseTalks: Verizon Fireside Chat5G MEC Computing Power at the Edge
Lamont Copeland, Director of Federal Solutions Architecture at Verizon, joined Dr. Thomas Rondeau, Principal Director, 5G, Office of the Deputy CTO for Critical Technologies, OUSD R&E, Department of Defense, for a moderated fireside chat on 5G MEC- Computing Power at the Edge with respect to the needs of the military.
VideoMarine Corps Air Station Miramar and Verizon:
The 5G Living Lab
Leveraging Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband commercial network, Miramar will test concepts on autonomous vehicles, energy management and intelligent gate security in a fully functioning, non-sterile military base environment.
Podcast5G Powered Use Cases for the DoD Series
Part 1Industry and Military Collaboration
Military and industry collaboration are driving success at the Marine Corps Air Station Miramar’s 5G Living Lab. Today we share some 5G powered use cases emerging out of this vital collaboration.
Part 2AR and VR Showcases 5G Value for the DoD
Augmented reality and virtual reality are delivering real value to the warfighter and support teams across the DoD. How are 5G and MEC making these advanced technologies become a reality?
ArticleAirborne Readiness Series
Part 1Airborne-to-Ground 4G/5G Communications
The DOD has been collaborating with companies like Verizon, Omni-Response, and Cornet Technology, Inc. on pilots to integrate airborne-to-ground 5G connectivity to aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles. 5G technology has many benefits for the defense industry and will revolutionize how we protect our warfighters.
Part 25G Airborne Readiness: Overview of Completed Pilots
As 5G technology continues to evolve, the DOD is taking full advantage. Part 2 breaks down completed proof-of-concept pilots for 4G/5G airborne readiness, showcasing the unique architecture of drone-mounted private LTE networks and more.
UAV-based airborne-to-ground 4G/5G comms
For the past few years now, the DoD has been working with companies such as Verizon, Omni-Response, and Cornet Technology on pilots to add airborne-to-ground 5G connectivity to aircraft or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). This initiative will leverage command and control platforms and applications to provide mission critical asset and personnel management.
Federal Executive Forum 5G Strategies in Government.
Government has seen many benefits and use cases of 5G technology, but how are agencies navigating challenges and identifying new opportunities with the technology? Verizon joined leaders from government and industry to discuss 5G with respect to the needs of the federal government.
Federal News Network Executive Briefing: DoD hones 5G requirements, priorities
Is DoD ready to go primetime with 5G? Not quite. But the Defense Department is prioritizing projects, tests and use cases that will lay the foundation for wide 5G adoption sooner rather than later. Federal News Network talked with the DOD leaders and Verizon to get the 411.
How 5G can contribute to greater national security.
NSA’s Technical Director of Cybersecurity Neal Ziring and Wes Withrow, Verizon public sector solutions executive, discuss how 5G mobile edge computing is poised to help defense agencies operate more efficiently and securely.
Private wireless networks support the Dept of Defense’s evolving mission.
Experts from Verizon and Nokia explore how private wireless networks help the Department of Defense adapt to, and support, mission readiness.
Dept of Defense’s plans to modernize military bases with 5G.
The DOD is looking at new investments to wirelessly connect devices and vehicles operating within military base network infrastructure. DOD’s Amanda Toman and Verizon's Bryan Schromsky on key public-private partnerships to build out 5G.
U.S. Army Chief on investments in “smart bases,” 5G networks and DOD networks.
U.S. Army’s Dr. James Tucker Swindell II and Verizon's Lamont Copeland discuss the advantages of enabling 5G and mobile edge compute within the DOD network infrastructure.
5G and tech innovation help the DoD explore new frontiers.
Learn how Marine Corps Air Station Miramar and Verizon are exploring ways for 5G to accelerate U.S. advancements in 5G-enabled technologies and security.
Explore our 5G video series.
Augmented reality workforce solutions, featuring Vuzix.
Discover how Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network and Vuzix M400 smart glasses could help deliver on-the-job expertise and knowledge—remotely. To enhance safety and productivity.
VideoVerizon’s Lamont Copeland on quantum computing
and generative AI in the war space
Lamont Copeland, Director of Federal Solutions Architecture at Verizon, joins other top leaders of the military and gov tech community to discuss emerging technologies and their potential to revolutionize modern defenses.
Private WAN Enhances Security Posture for Defense Agencies on the Road to Zero Trust
While agencies within the DOD are taking steps to improve cybersecurity, significant volumes of exposed data traffic continue to traverse public networks each day. Aligned to zero trust capabilities, Private WAN affords an enhanced security posture which minimizes this risk.
Verizon, Ciena, and Network Modernization: A Roadmap for Defense Agencies
Working with industry partners who are familiar with the DOD's mission challenges helps ensure not only success, but an efficient transformation focused on reducing risk and maximizing ROI. Learn how Verizon and Ciena's journey of modernization can help enhance the DOD’s roadmap for digital transformation.
Podcast: DISA Focuses on Partnerships to Expedite Cloud Development in 2023.
DISA is focusing on IT and communications and leveraging them to support the DOD’s defense and security mission. Listen to this podcast to learn more.
Podcast: Modernizing TDM Networks for the Department of Defense.
As the DoD undergoes technology transformation periods and updates their legacy systems, modernizing TDM networks is rising up as a key priority. However, there are several challenges to overcome while updating legacy systems and achieving true TDM modernization.
The Future of Edge Computing at DoD.
Federal News Network talks with teams across DoD working toward the goal of making edge computing not only safe but fast and manageable. In this ebook, we offer a snapshot of the types of efforts taking place department wide to modernize network operations.
The Future for the Air Force depends on agility and resilience at the Edge.
Verizon's David Reaves and Heather Lacroix at Chenega Technical Innovations discuss how future mission readiness for the Air Force depends on agility and resilience at the edge
Explore our article series.
EITaaS puts DoD cloud services on the same page. (Part 1)
Read how the Army and Air Force can use unified cloud services to break down silos, streamline data and deliver more effectively on the mission.
EITaaS provides a foundation for DoD’s digital modernization. (Part 2)
See how EITaaS helps the DoD to digitally modernize by enabling new and emerging technologies and improving mission effectiveness.
ArticleKey Cyber Strategies Series
Part 1Defense In-Depth Layers on the Benefits to Department of Defense’s Cybersecurity Strategy
As cyber attackers get smarter and more sophisticated, so must the DOD. Leveraging a strategy called Defense In-Depth, agencies can strategically layer tools to protect the network most effectively.
Part 2Logging Strategy is a Crucial Part of the Department of Defense’s Cybersecurity Strategy
Effective logging is a crucial component of a robust cybersecurity posture for the DOD. In our latest article we address some of the challenges in determining what to log, how much to log, and how long to keep logs with Rico Cody, Solutions Architect at Verizon.
Part 3DOD's Utilization of a Cyber Kill Chain Framework to Quantify Cyber Security Investments
Measuring the effectiveness of cyber defense tools is one of the major challenges for the DoD. Learn about how cyber kill chains can help address this issue while providing added security.
Exploring the New Department of Defense Zero Trust Strategy: A Podcast with Verizon and Zscaler
At the end of 2022, the Department of Defense released its Zero Trust Strategy and Roadmap. Industry experts from Verizon and Zscaler discussed how defense agencies can create roadmaps for bringing this new zero trust strategy to life.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) in the Federal Space podcast.
As federal agencies embrace cloud-based applications that create a distributed network, alongside a need for low latency and high throughput, the concept of Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is coming more into the forefront.
A guide for federal agencies navigating Zero Trust.
Zero Trust is the ultimate expression of the philosophy "trust but verify," and it fundamentally changes the way agencies are protected.
Federal Executive Forum’s Cybersecurity Strategies/Defense & Homeland.
The dramatic change in workforce and service delivery has posed unique challenges to keep our nation secure. How are defense and homeland agencies training their workforce to accommodate evolving technologies?
Read our ransomware series.
Ransomware reshapes the cybersecurity landscape.
Learn how to combat the threat of ransomware as it continues to impact government agencies.
Protecting your agency against ransomware.
Learn best practices and get expert insights on how to counter this persistent threat.
A guide to prevent government ransomware attacks.
Learn how to assess your agency’s cybersecurity—and vulnerabilities.
How 5G and edge computing can help transform special ops
Understand how high-capacity communications and cloud-enabled edge computing can help special operations forces.
Demystifying Zero Trust for the DoD and IC
To meet government mandates, you need to understand Zero Trust architecture and how to integrate it within your organization.
Preparing for a secure quantum future
As the federal government continues emphasizing the importance of creating a quantum internet, learn what it is and how you can prepare your agency to benefit from this initiative.
Explore our intel‑focused podcast series.
Laying the foundations for mission success
Build a future-ready network—without being distracted from critical missions—by using today’s technologies.
Zero Trust – the security oxymoron
Learn the advantages of Zero Trust architecture and how it is especially important for security when dealing with your highly complex operations.
5G for the intelligence community
Use the high-speed and low-latency capabilities of 5G to help improve national security by creating a robust, secure communications environment.
FlyerWith NGEN SMIT, Verizon is ready to help the Navy and Marine Corps modernize communications.
The Leidos/Verizon team can help you modernize legacy technologies to improve security, agility, productivity and collaboration.
PodcastHow the Navy and Marine Corps will benefit from NGEN SMIT
Executives from Leidos and Verizon discuss how NGEN SMIT will help improve mission readiness and agility for the Navy and Marine Corps.
EIS and the DoD: Transition and modernize with ease.
Verizon defense subject matter experts discuss the EIS contract and how it can help defense agencies with their current and future digital transformation needs.
Factors to consider for a successful EIS contract transition.
Learn how the right EIS partner can help you improve agency performance, increase network flexibility and strengthen cybersecurity in transforming IT.