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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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The Telecoms.com Podcast: Meet The New Boss

Tim, Jamie and Ray have all abandoned Scott this week, but Iain Morris from Light Reading is still in town to make sure Mr. Bicheno doesn’t end up rambling into a microphone on his own for 45 minutes. The two of them chew the fat about Ericsson and Cisco’s ludicrously friendly relationship. Elsewhere, Trump gets to work on… whatever an unexpected President does; and a long and expensive investigation into the exploding Note7 concludes it was down to a faulty battery… well no sh!t…

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The Telecoms.com Podcast – The Moment of Truth

The Week In Wireless posse sees Tim debatably upgraded to Ray from Light Reading for the time being. The plucky telecoms hacks soldier on regardless and discuss the apparent moment of truth faced by their industry, which faces the prospect of connectivity costing more to deliver than it makes in revenue. In an attempt to lighten things up they then talk about some of the shininess unveiled at CES, but soon fall out over connected fridges. They sign off by looking at the task faced by Ericsson’s new CEO and wish him good luck – he’ll need it.
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The Telecoms.com Podcast: Predicting 2017 – The New Year Special

The Week In Wireless gang is back for 2017 with another special episode featuring all of your favourites. Tim, Jamie, Scott, Mary, Richard, Alex and Henry all return to the podcast studio to forecast the biggest trends we can all expect in telecoms and technology across the coming 12 months. Will Nokia and Ericsson right 2016’s wrongs and renew the three-way battle with Huawei? Will anyone find a proper use for wearable? Will Mary go off on another rant? Will Tim ever get over his laryngitis?!

This episode was recorded immediately after the festivities of The Christmas Special – we’ll let you draw your own conclusions.

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The Telecoms.com Podcast – The Christmas Special

It’s Christmas time and the Week in Wireless gang is here with your favourite guests from 2016. Mary Clark, Richard Fogg, Henry Burrell and Alex Wood join Tim, Scott and Jamie to go over everything the last twelve months brought us.

Full of festive cheer, Christmas dinner and lovely lovely beer, the gang reflect on the highs, the lows and the hilarious of 2016. So pour yourself a glass of sherry, sit down by the fire, get comfortable and let A Week In Wireless guide you through the year that was.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: IoT Saves the Day

This week Tim’s husky voice even makes AT&T’s dodgy billing sound sexy. Ofcom turns the tables on the Fix Britain’s Internet’ perennial moaners by giving them the chance to do fibre themselves. The gang examine the names behind the internet’s biggest companies, Amazon opens the super store of the future, Bluetooth says it’s going to do more Bluetoothing, and IoT saves the day for one car owner in the States – oh and the guys come with the industry’s sexiest new acronym: Super-aaS.

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The Telecoms.com Podcast – iPhones are for Girls

With a work-shy Scott skiving off again, Iain Morris joins Tim and Jamie to explore the ramifications of governmental spying in the US and the UK. Trump gets hostile on net neutrality; BT has another mare with Ofcom and Openreach; and if you’re listening to this on an iPhone, you’re probably a girl.

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BBWF 2016 – Joseph Sulistyo of Radisys talks open source

Joseph Sulistyo, Senior Director of Open Networking Solution and Strategy at Radisys, talks at Broadband World Forum 2016 about the importance of open source in the broadband industry, especially in enabling collaboration.

BBWF 2016 – Bart Vercammen, VP of Product Management at Technicolor

Bart Vercammen, Vice President of Product Management at Technicolor, talks at Broadband World Forum 2016 about ultra-broadband and the market forces driving it. He reviews some of the underyling technologies enabling ever greater data speeds and details how Technicolor is helping to deliver ultra-broadband.

Huawei OTF 2016 – Thomas Staneker, Head of TVSC, Deutsche Telekom

Thomas Staneker, who heads up the TV service centre at Deutsche Telekom Europe, explains how TV and telecoms is not a natural fit, but insists that shouldn’t stop telcos seizing the massive opportunities offered by the IP TV era. DT was quick to recognise this opportunity and Staneker talks us through some of the challenges it has had to overcome, to become a TV player.

Data centre evolution can change the future of Africa – flexenclosure

The future of delivering data centre scalability lies in modular building blocks, according to Dave King, CEO of flexenclosure. King was speaking to Tim Skinner at AfricaCom2016 about how scalable data centre architectures can be delivered using smaller, more mobile architectures.

Cummins on the power challenges facing the African market

Eric Flechet from Cummis explains the geographical, terrain and logistical challenges of providing reliable power sources to parts of Africa requiring generators for cell towers, construction and more. Flechet was speaking to Tim Skinner at AfricaCom 2016 for Telecoms.com.

An entire generation may avoid set top box – Conax

Conax’s Tor Helge Kristiansen, EVP and Principal Architect, says securing authorisation keys now for TV is essential in Africa as a new generation of connectivity emerges; while predicting an entire generation may avoid the set top box entirely. Kristiansen spoke to Tim Skinner at AfricaCom 2016

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