Category: artificial intelligence


The Telecoms.com Podcast: cloud, TIM and censorship

No guest but a refurbished studio this week as Iain bravely overcomes the effects of a long sesh the previous day. They start by reflecting on a few recent telecoms cloud stories, including the ongoing AI partnership between Vodafone and Google, and consider the pros and cons of such things. Italian operator group TIM keeps trying to reinvent itself, so they review that process, before concluding with a look at the latest attempts at digital censorship by the UK state.

Intel and Exfo unveil 5G fault detection tool

A new solution launched by Canadian telecoms testing company Exfo and US chip giant Intel promises operators the ability to monitor a 5G network in real time and more swiftly fix problems.

Huawei extends IP olive branch to the West

Chinese tech giant Huawei held a conference with the underlying theme that it is open to working with the rest of the world on IP, as the US makes fresh accusations of Chinese state-sponsored hacks.

Google sprinkles AI on everything at I/O

As well the new gadgets that were paraded out on the catwalk of Google I/O yesterday, there were a myriad of other updates to Google’s ludicrously wide product set, usually involving AI enhancements.

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