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What we talk about when we talk about digital transformation

Digital transformation is one of the core buzzwords used in the telecoms industry and beyond, right up there with 5G, cloud computing, and artificial intelligence. What sets digital transformation apart from the others is the sheer number of different things it can stand for.

What will define the future of 5G in MENA?

Whilst several Gulf states are among the first in the world to launch commercial 5G services, elsewhere in the region there are still a significant number of people with little or even no access to basic communications services.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Open RAN, Europe and US convergence

Iain, Jamie and Scott start this week’s pod by talking about the Open RAN initiative, which they insist is more exciting than it sounds. They move on to Europe and its adoption of an increasingly provocative stance towards the US over 5G and conclude by congratulating US operator Verizon on finally getting the convergence memo.

O2 joins the OpenRAN movement

O2 is the latest telco to join the increasingly popular OpenRAN cause, suggesting the technology could better serve customers in the hard to reach and heavily-populated areas.

Huawei conundrum starts heating up (again)

In among the trade war rhetoric, 5G launch announcements, privacy scandals and smartphone rumours, the UK is also supposed to be making a decision on the fate of Huawei.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: CES, Huawei and farmers

The core podding crew return after a scandalous month of inactivity, refreshed by festive jaunts around southern Britain. They start by looking at such telecoms news as there was from CES, move on to the latest developments regarding the political football that is Huawei and conclude with an obscure dispute between telcos and Northern Irish farmers.

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