FCC Selects AT&T to Go Cloud

By CIOReview | Wednesday, January 13, 2016

VIENNA, VA: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chooses AT&T to help FCC transform its business with cloud services.

With this deal, AT&T will provide FCC a cost effective IP solution supporting mobile and cloud applications. The solution will link various offices and data centers enabling FCC to modify internet and network needs according to market demand. AT&T’s services will allows FCC to connect to a number of cloud service providers.

 AT&T’s solution is compliant with federal government security rules like Managed Trusted Internet Protocol Service (MTIPS) and is highly secure and reliable with built in redundancy to keep business operations up and running.

FCC regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cables in the U.S. Being the primary authority for communications law in the U.S., FCC promotes competition and innovation in broadband services while revising media regulations to support new technologies and strengthens the nation’s communication infrastructure. It aims at pushing small businesses to the forefront of progress and advancements with the development of new plans and schemes. FCC nurtures the spirit of entrepreneurship and helps businesses use new communication technologies.

"Our set of strategic services can help the FCC modernize its technology and use cloud services in a highly secure manner," says Mike Leff, VP-Civilian, AT&T Government Solutions.