Tech Talk Series: 5G and the Art of the Possible


Tech Talk Series: 5G and the Art of the Possible

Date: June 3rd from 1 - 2pm | Location: Virtual


For federal agencies, future 5G wireless technology can provide a revolutionary platform to help improve network infrastructure and system integration. Multi-access edge compute (MEC) infrastructure can help to compute data with low latency and make decisions at the network edge. IT systems, networks, wireless/IoT devices, and first responders should seamlessly and securely work together to deliver data to the right person at the right place and at the right time.

Verizon will help demystify 5G and discuss how 5G can help agencies better respond to their missions.

About Bryan Schromsky
Bryan W. Schromsky

Mr. Bryan W. Schromsky, Managing Partner of Federal Government & Public Safety for Verizon Wireless, has been with Verizon Wireless for more than 20 years. During his tenure he has held various engineering, marketing, and project management positions. Bryan has worked closely with Federal, State, and Local government agencies in designing and implementing public safety voice and data networks using 2G, 3G and 4G and now 5G wireless data technologies. Mr. Schromsky is a graduate of the University of Kentucky and the FBI Citizens Academy.

Mr. Schromsky has served on various government mobility panels to provide assistance and guidance to their mission and these panels include the FBI Information Technology Study Group, NOBLE, HAPCOA, National Security Agency, and IACP mobility committees. Bryan has been nominated and approved by the Secretary of the US Department of Transportation to serve on the ITS Program Advisory Committee for three terms.

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