Category: AI


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Samsung, 5G, AI and Huawei

The guys are joined by special guest Dan Warren from Samsung in this week’s pod and start by getting his take on some of the main themes of the recent MWC show. Dan is head of 5G research at Samsung and so has forgotten more than Scott at least will ever know about the subject, but at least doesn’t think he’s entirely full of sh*t on the matter. Jamie picks his brains on the importance of edge computing, while Iain introduces the topic of open source and the elephant in the room that is Huawei is never far away.

The Biggest Opportunity for Network Operators

Information is becoming a currency. Ensuring that it stays private and secure is a priority for network operators because consumers look at them for protection. To address this need and provide user privacy, operators need to stop using Deep Packet inspection and other legacy security measures. CUJO AI President Andrea Peiro has presented the key benefits of using advanced machine learning models.

MWC 19 interview – Xianglong Huang – Whale Cloud

At Mobile World Congress 2019 we spoke to Xianglong Huang, CTO of Whale Cloud, who discussed the importance of artificial intelligence to the telecoms industry, and the critical role big data plays in it.

Drive.ai is on the road towards acquisition

One of the more interesting autonomous vehicle start-ups has reportedly hired investment bank Jefferies to search out a potential buyer for the firm recently valued at $200 million.

RCS is here to stay and doing well

RCS has been touted as a saviour when the SMS value has been destroyed by OTT messaging services, but without much success, but it may finally have find its moment.

HERE adds mobile operators to its monetisation map

The location and mapping service company HERE, in partnership with data analytics company Continual, launched two new data services, HERE Cellular Signals and HERE Traffic Analytics, aiming to increase its values for mobile operators in addition to the transport and autonomous car industries.

Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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