Military Communications Conference
29 November–2 December 2021 // San Diego, CA, USA // In–Person Conference
Enabling All-Domain C2 and Communications

Sponsor/Exhibitor Descriptions




Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering InstituteThe Software Engineering Institute (SEI) at Carnegie Mellon University is a Federally Funded Research and Development Center (FFRDC)—a nonprofit, public–private partnership that conducts research for the United States government. One of only 10 FFRDCs sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD), the SEI conducts R&D in software engineering, systems engineering, cybersecurity, and many other areas of computing, working to introduce private-sector innovations into government.

As the only FFRDC sponsored by the DoD that is also authorized to work with organizations outside of the DoD, the SEI is unique. We work with partners throughout the U.S. government, the private sector, and academia. These partnerships enable us to take innovations from concept to practice, closing the gap between research and use.


XCOM logoXCOM, a non-traditional NSC member headquartered in San Diego, CA, was founded by Dr. Paul Jacobs, Ph.D., Derek Aberle and Matt Grob in 2018 to #keepinventing with the world’s most creative engineers and businesspeople. Today, XCOM Labs is leading the development of next generation mobile technology solutions specializing in innovative wireless system design, hardware/software development, testing, and deployment. Our solutions, leveraging 3GPP and Open RAN standards, unlock the promise of 5G today with the implementation of end-to-end technology that provides enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) and Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communication (URLLC). Our highly differentiated 5G Super RAN delivers unprecedented capacity increases over conventional 5G systems. Keep inventing with a team of the world’s most creative engineers and business executives.

Thank you to our sponsors