Category: AI


ETSI leads AI charge for lumbering telcos

ETSI has announced a new working group to define a Cognitive Network Management architecture, taking advantage of artificial intelligence to better manage the network.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Awkward Endings

While the gang ponders how smartphone sales have grown, a bit of a debate ensues over how big a deal video will really be in the future. 5G gets a new logo, and no one is really that bothered. Parents don’t understand kids. Jamie finds a deep fried burger. Tim finds a beef doughnut. Scott nearly sneezes. Jamie gets surprisingly annoyed by a pointless IoT-shirt. Scott gets a bit condescending, and Tim storms off.

Myth busting – Artificial Intelligence

Whether or not 2017 actually turns out to be the year artificial intelligence breaks into the mainstream remains to be seen, but what is clear is that there is the potential for controversy.

What to watch out for at MWC 2017

The new CSP as a data-driven platform business, intelligent automation, Security, Connected Home, 5G and Mixed Reality are the Stories to Watch for Mobile World Congress 2017.

Tomorrow’s world – what is the future of telecoms?

In November 2016 Telecoms.com hosted a discussion as part of the AfricaCom trade show in Cape Town, South Africa. Hosted with Mahindra Comviva and Light Reading, the discussion featured involved two of the continent’s leading operators, Vodacom and Safaricom, who explored the latest major trends facing the industry. With relevance to the African market, but a broader theme applicable to the entire telecoms landscape, the discussion took the form of discussing digital transformation and the likely shape the next generation of business will take.

AT&T signals the end of 5G friendliness

The industry promised us it was going to work together to deliver 5G, and maybe we should be grateful it lasted this long, but AT&T’s latest announcement signals 5G friendliness is over.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Arriving Late to the Party

Tim’s back from his mid-winter holiday to pry the hot seat from Scott’s grasp. The reunited trio go over the troubles facing the smartphone market in 2017 as well as a landmark case of Microsoft vs the US government. Elsewhere AT&T’s CEO gets his hands dirty following Trump’s arrival; Ericsson and Cisco each have a refocus on this year’s strategy; BT edges closer to hating everyone after a difficult week in Europe, and the Apple joins the Partnership for AI as a founding partner… four months after it launched.

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