Category: 6G


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Consolidation, 6G and online safety

The lads start this week’s pod by looking forward to the full return of Mobile World Congress, while lamenting the amount of Covid-related aggro they will have to endure to attend. The main item for discussion is consolidation in the telecoms industry, its probability and desirability. They move on to ask whether 6G is even necessary and conclude with a look at the UK government’s desire to police online speech.

Ofcom ponders Terahertz spectrum

UK comms regulator Ofcom reckons we can go even further along the electro magnetic spectrum in the search for spectrum.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: 6G, OpenRAN and big tech

No guest this week which just means more stream-of-consciousness dribble from the regulars. They start by discussing Huawei’s decision to publish a book on 6G and what the underlying message may be. They move on to discuss the difficulties faced by the O-RAN Alliance when some of its members aren’t allowed to hang out with each other and conclude with a look at the increasing overlap between big tech and big politics.

Huawei publishes a book on 6G

Rotating Chairman of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei, Eric Xu Zhiju, has teased a new book published by his company that says 6G will be ready by 2030.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Vodafone, 6G and AWS

After taking the whole of August off in classic Gallic style, Iain, Scott and Pierre roar back into the studio. They start by reflecting on the physical event they’ve attended since the start of the pandemic, at which beers were provided by Vodafone. They move on to examine the increasing prospect of the 6G standard being split due to the US and China’s inability to stop messing with each other and conclude with the latest concerns about relinquishing control to the public cloud.

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