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BBWF Cloudstreet Highlights

Network slicing promises to be a panacea, but the biggest hurdles are not technological. The grand ambition of enabling intelligent, adaptive, application-aware networks requires a wholesale operational transformation that will move the carrier from simply selling SIM cards to managing a spectrum of tailored services in an expanding ecosystem as we move to 5G. Cloudstreet founder and CEO Mika Skarp unpacks the challenges an enormous opportunities of this shift.

What does the 5G era mean for the fixed line industry?

At the end of the recent Cable Next Gen Europe event Scott from Telecoms.com and Iain from Light Reading discuss some of the subjects that most interested them from the event. Of particular interest were the implications of 5G to the fixed line industry, including how best to optimise wifi performance and the emergence of 5G fixed wireless access.

UK shines for Liberty Global in Q3

The UK market proved to a be a success over the last three months for Liberty Global, though the same could not be said for the Belgium and Swiss operations.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Broadband, 5G and Q3 numbers

The usual suspects assemble once more in order to record their incoherent ramblings for your pleasure. They have all been travelling, with Jamie and Iain recalling their experiences at the Broadband World Forum event in Berlin, which included reckless consumption of absinthe. Scott, meanwhile, schlepped all the way over to Hong Kong in order to hang out with Qualcomm and talk incessantly about 5G. They conclude with a look both at the latest numbers served up by the big kit vendors and also Jamie’s latest toy.

BBWF 2018: Google and broadband

At the 2018 Broadband World Forum event in Berlin we caught up with Craig Fenton, Director of Strategy and Operations at Google, to get his company’s perspective on the latest developments in the broadband world.

Polls

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

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