Category: Broadband


The Telecoms.com Podcast: private networks, SI competition and Huawei

Jamie takes the helm this week as the filling in a Light Reading sandwich completed by Ray and Iain. They start by reflecting on the Private Networks in the 5G Era event they all recently attended, which naturally leads to a discussion of whether systems integrators are allies or competitors to operators in this space and others. To finish off Jamie dares to tackle the topic of Huawei allegedly suing people who say things it doesn’t like.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: ‘Free’ broadband, AfricaCom and OpenRAN

We’re back in the studio this week after Scott, Jamie and Iain have returned from their travels. Scott starts by reviewing the UK Labour party’s plans to nationalise the broadband network if they win the election. Then Jamie reviews the talking points from his visit to the AfricaCom event in Cape Town and Iain concludes by reporting on Vodafone’s big OpenRAN announcement at the TIP Summit in Amsterdam.

Bringing internet to the other half of the world

Low internet penetration is particularly acute in the developing countries. While 81% of the population in the developed world are already using the internet, only 45% in the developing countries can do so.

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Polls

Should privacy be treated as a right to protect stringently, or a commodity for users to trade for benefits?

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