Category: AI


The Telecoms.com Podcast: automation, industry metrics and OpenRAN

Scott and Iain worry about being replaced by machines and algorithms as they kick off this week’s pod by discussing automation. They move on to review some of the telecoms industry numbers being published as we get towards the end of the year, before concluding with a look at why Western governments are suddenly so keen on OpenRAN.

Huawei’s Innovation Day 2020

LIVE STREAM: 3RD DECEMBER 9:00-10:30 AM CET/ 8:00-9:30 AM GMT

An innovative spirit has always been an important driver of social prosperity and economic success – especially in medium-sized companies. To ensure that this also holds true for the future, it is essential that we support the innovative strength of SMEs and that we give entrepreneurs a platform to network, share knowledge and experiences and to support and motivate each other. That is where the HUAWEI INNOVATION DAY comes into play! As part of our virtual event on Dec 3, 2020, please join us and other entrepreneurs in a dialogue on the topic of innovation – connecting, inspiring and always open to discussions!

View On-Demand: Huawei’s European Innovation Day 2020

At the beginning of the new decade, the changing world has redefined talent. The event topic this year focuses on the talent empowered by technologies and their contribution to society.

Looking forward to the next decade, technologies like AI, 5G, cloud, IoT are creating a world in which everything is connected, sensing, and intelligent. During this event, we share best practices as well as our commitment to local talent and innovation, and how we can collaborate with them to create a better society for every person, family and organization.

Hear from an impressive mix of education and innovation stakeholders from across Poland and Central Eastern Europe, including representatives from universities, research institutes, key opinion leaders, and the start-up community.

How the telecoms industry can get the best out of AI

The increasing complexity of telecom networks and services and the exponential growth in the amount of data generated have gone beyond the capacity of manual calculation. Telecom operators therefore are increasingly compelled to embrace AI to help them properly manage their networks, services, and customers. This Telecoms.com Intelligence monthly briefing aims to separate noise from truth about AI and discuss how the communications industry can benefit from AI while avoiding potential pitfalls.

Neutral host networks and how to support them

Instead of the traditional individual deployment and operation by each Mobile Network Operator (MNO), a third neutral party builds and operates part of the network offering private and public connectivity.

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Polls

Which of the following would be the best long-term household broadband solution?

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