Mission Impact: 5G - Dell Technologies | Intel

Federal agencies are adopting and deploying 5G networks to reduce costs, backhaul traffic volumes, and enhance application performance, reliability, and security. Agencies are achieving mission impact with 5G capabilities including Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC), private mobility solutions, and cloud platforms.

Dell Technologies’ Chris “CT” Thomas leads a series of discussions on the opportunity for 5G to spark Federal innovation and modernization progress.

Episode 1: Spark a 5G Innovation Wave with Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC); Interview with Leland Brown, Technical Director, Advanced Communications-Military-Aerospace-Government at Intel Federal

As federal agencies adopt and deploy 5G connectivity, a more open telecom model will spark a wave of innovation. Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) brings the capabilities of cloud computing into telecoms operators’ points of presence (PoPs). Federal agencies can run low-latency applications and cache or process data close to the data source, reducing backhaul traffic volumes, costs, and security risks.

Join us to discuss MEC uses cases – connected/autonomous vehicles, enterprise AR/VR for maintenance and repair, real-time collaboration, video analytics and more. Learn how 5G and MEC will create a wave of innovation and power data-driven missions.

Episode 2: Simplify and Secure Broadband Connectivity with Private Mobility Solutions; Interview with Tadhg Kenny, Global Senior VP of Marketing, PR, and Partnerships and Andy Greig, President, North America at Druid Software

What if federal agencies could deploy and own a 5G network the same way service providers own cloud infrastructure, or the similar way you deploy your home Wi-Fi? With private mobility solutions, agencies can select how much of a network they own and deploy Open RAN to transform wireless delivery and remote collaboration.

Join us to learn more about the opportunity to:

  • Improve service quality and implement new mobile applications – even in remote, forward-deployed environments
  • Enhance reliability and security
  • Reduce costs