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 Innovative, Advanced Technologies: DoD’s Secret Weapon in the Great Power Competition

Agile technology development incorporating artificial intelligence, 5G, and cloud into the network infrastructure will create the overmatch that the U.S. military needs.
By   Barry Rosenberg on November 30, 2020 at 11:51 AM
Guided missile destroyer USS Spruance (DDG 111) arrives at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for the final port visit in during the Pacific Surface Action Group Western Pacific deployment. Spruance together with USS Decatur operate under Destroyer Squadron 31 were recently underway conducting routine patrols in the South China. (U.S. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Katarzyna Kobiljak)

As the Defense Department begins to mobilize for the Great Power competition against Russia and China, it’s working to secure, modernize, and automate networking infrastructure used by U.S. naval forces and other military branches operating in the Pacific and elsewhere. Through the use of secure multi-cloud/hybrid cloud environments that serve as both a means of collaboration and a bulwark against threats to sensitive data and intellectual property, this initiative and others will expand DoD’s need for bandwidth and capacity in this challenging threat environment.

In this Breaking Defense Spotlight Q&A, we talk with Vish Nandlall, Vice President of Technology Strategy and Ecosystems at Dell Technologies, about how the U.S. Navy and other military services in the Indo-Pacific Area of Responsibility (AOR) are modernizing networks and data operations with cloud computing, artificial intelligence, 5G, and “security as a microservice” in order to improve collaboration and user experience.
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