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Richard KusiolekRichard Kusiolek FOUNDER & EDITOR
Richard had participated in the Defense telecommunication transition as a key member of the Joint Venture Silicon Valley Space/Defense Consortium, and in the Stanford University Defense Military Conversion Programs. As an adjunct Graduate Business School Professor, Kusiolek proposed to President Clinton's Administration and Governor Pete Wilson's Administration the first "High Technology City" for California's Silicon Valley. Richard was an active member of the Wireless Alliance, and as a participant in the Canadian Ministry's Inter-Regional Collaboration on Telecommunications Technology. Mr. Kusiolek has provided consulting insights to the US Defense Department on Asian Aerospace and Satellite systems. As a press correspondent for Via Satellite, APSCC, and UK Evolution Groups (Asia, Europe, and Military Defense), Richard has written extensively on International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), VSAT networks and applications, and Space and Terrestrial Hybrid networks.


Kusiolek has been a guest lecturer on several areas of expertise; namely, Supply Chain Management, GPS, New Product Development, Strategic Marketing Management, Global Management, Mobile Deployable Communications, and Internet Technology applications at several California State Universities and the University of Phoenix. Mr. Kusiolek holds a cable modem technology patent. Richard lives in Mountain View, Silicon Valley California.

 

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GMCstream is a streaming digital publication that tracks the trends, drivers, and technology that fuel the military communications and A&D sectors. Communications continue to be the lynchpin of modern warfare and are crucial to any military campaign. The sector is going through unprecedented change as militaries and governments across the world move towards a network centric approach to their communications. From operations in war zones to homeland security and disaster recovery operations, GMCstream provides the latest communications developments on sea, air, land, and space. This new Military Communications on-line publication will showcase the new generations of defense related broadband networks, the deployment of seamless wireless networks, and a new reinvigorated US and European Defense Military IT infrastructure. Advanced communications technologies and trends will provide the subscriber with a clear understanding of current and future programs that affect their business and organizational models. GMCstream provides high-level research with analysis, highlights problems that affect the National Security of a Nation. This on-line real-time decision making data will minimize risk, improve profits, and increase revenue. GMCstream featured topics are Cyber Security Networks, Cyber Defense and Security, Legislative Insights, Mobility Communications for the Warfighter, Optimizing secure data communications, and High-resolution security imaging. In addition, GMCstream will feature topics that will change decision making within the top and secondary tier of European, Asian and US (A&D) companies.

 


 

Features GMC-stream Program 2017-2018

Issue 1 - March/April 2017 
Feature: Commercially Hosted Gov Payloads
Cyber Defense & Security
Commercial Use of (UAV)s
MILSAT COM Antenna Efficiency
Product Showcase: Interactive Broadband Systems
Legislative Insights: ITAR Realities
Q&As: DoD–Symmetric Strategy
Issue 4 -September/Oct 2017 
Special Feature: US MIL R&D
USAF’s Long Range Strike Bomber
USN - Common Control System
Commercial Space Industry
Product Showcase: Mil Robots
Legislative Insights: DoD Reforms
Q&As: DARPA’s “Plan X”
Issue 2 - May/June 2017
Feature: Google’s Lunar XPrize
Silicon Valley Space Start-ups
Military Encryption
Mobile Deployable COM
Product Showcase: SEDs
Legislative Insights: DoD Budget
Q&As: Cybersecurity
Issue 5 - November/December 2017
Special Feature: MILSAT COM Radio Tech
DoD’s Cloud-Based Networking
US CENTCOM
Airborne ISR
Product Feature: MBITR/MBMMR PRC117F
Legislative Insights: A&D Export Restrictions
Q&As: NATO’S Next Force
Issue 3 - July/August 2017
Special Feature: Nex Gen Rockets
NATO’s Allied Transformation Center (ATC)
Electronic Asymmetric Warfare
Iran’s Rockets & Weapons
Product Showcase: SPOs & the V-22 Osprey
Legislative Insights: US 21st Century Defense
Q&As: SOCOM-Special Ops Command
Issue 6 - January/February 2018
Special Feature: F-35 and DoD
China’s Military Space Program
Space-Based Infrared System
BE-4 gas powered rocket engine
Product Feature: Boeing AH-64 Apache
Legislative Insights: US Russian Sanctions
Q&As: Landing on Mars- 2035 

 

Each digital issue will include regular features including: Comment/Analysis (Legislative Insights); News Review; Product Showcase; Special Features; and Q&As

 

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About GMCstream

GMCstream is an American Silicon Valley print and digital publication that tracks the trends, drivers, and technologies that fuel the Aerospace and Defense communication sectors. Established in 2013 as a technology driven digital on-line publishing organization - We research, analyze, and highlight MILCOM problems and solutions that may affect Global National Security.

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