Category: Automation


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Automation, Harmony OS and US trade policy

The lads lament the late spring weather but resolve to go out after recording the pod regardless. They start by looking at automation, specifically as it affects headcount among major operators. They move on to the launch of Huawei’s HarmonyOS Android alternative and discuss how likely it is to succeed, before concluding with a critique of America’s increasingly heavy handed approach to trade.

Nokia SON to shore up EE networks

EE, the UK’s biggest mobile operator, has deployed Nokia’s Self-Organizing Networks software to enhance network management and service quality.

Automation explained

The world is at a key inflection point whereby intelligent technology is freeing humans from the mundane, repetitive tasks.

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.

AWS brings 1984 to the edge

The adjective ‘Orwellian’ is overused, not least by this publication, but what do you expect when you launch industrial IoT services with names like ‘Monitron’?

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