Aviat Networks this week at IWCE 2015 will conduct its first public demonstration of the IRU 600 EHP, which boasts transmit power of 39 dBm—five times the output power of the company’s previous model and the greatest transmit power in the commercial marketplace, according to a company official.
Bill Schrier, the FirstNet single point of contact for the state of Washington and former CTO for the city of Seattle, outlines some of key topics addressed during last week’s cybersecurity forum hosted by the Industry Council for Emergency-Response Technologies (iCERT).
Patrick Flynn, cybersecurity committee chairman for the Industry Council for Emergency Response Technologies (iCERT) and the director of homeland/national-security programs for Intel Security (formerly McAfee), talks about security considerations that FirstNet needs to include in its planning for the nationwide broadband network for first responders.
Authentication-solutions provider NXT-ID announces that it has filed a provisional patent for a system that leverages voice-recognition technology to ensure a secure and convenient method for making payments. The same approach can be used to authenticate secure user access to networks and databases, according to a company official.
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