JACS Solutions Joins the National Spectrum Consortium
JACS Solutions, a global provider of custom mobility solutions for industrial and enterprise Internet-of-Things applications, is now a member of the National Spectrum Consortium.
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The National Spectrum Consortium was established to provide the U.S. government direct access to over 440 members of industries and academic organizations who work with systems, sub-systems, components, and spectrum technology. The consortium seeks to deliver insights and breakthroughs in spectrum-using capabilities including machine learning, smart technologies, and next generation radio access networks.
Members obtain greater visibility into government needs and priorities and have the opportunity to secure funding to conduct R&D and deliver prototypes for DoD contracts. To become a member of the consortium, organizations must complete an application process and achieve the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC).
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“We are very excited to bring expertise in custom connected devices, IoT, 5G technologies, and LTE to U.S. Federal Government customers and our NSC partners. JACS is honored to be a part of the NSC and to do our part in support of the DoD and other federal agencies,” said Patrick Herwig, General Manager for public sector sales and operations at JACS Solutions.
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