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DHS enables access to critical infrastructure

March 24, 2020


As more states respond to the novel coronavirus by ordering citizens to shelter in place except for essential businesses, communications infrastructure is considered one area that is crucial to maintain.

Network traffic, including voice calls, is on the rise, as companies shift to telework, healthcare providers try to ramp up telemedicine offerings and schools move to distance learning, so communications infrastructure is considered one of the critical needs for the country — so much so, that the Federal Communications Commission has asked network service providers to commit to not cutting off service or charging for late payments, and many have done so.

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