Category: Cloud


The Telecoms.com Podcast: US tech giants, Apple, public cloud

Scott and Iain show their selfless devotion to podcasting by donning their face masks and trekking into the studio once more. They start by looking at a couple of stories illustrating the increasing conflict between giant US tech companies and the state. Sticking with big tech, they move on to compare notes on the latest Apple iPhone launch and conclude by discussing Nokia’s decision to move its tech infrastructure into the Google public cloud.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: China, 5G and telco cloud

Braving pre-lockdown London once more, Iain and Scott make it into the studio for the second week in a row. They start by reviewing all the geopolitical mucking about involving China and the US, as it affects the telecoms world. They move on to 5G, specifically the launch of Rakuten’s version and conclude with a look at the latest developments in the public cloud for telcos.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Huawei, OpenRAN and MWC

After a long summer delay, the Telecoms.com podcast returns refreshed and ready for action, albeit minus one podder. Scott and Iain start as they left off a couple of months ago by looking at the latest drama around the hounding of Huawei by the US. They move on to chart the rapid progress being made by the OpenRAN movement, thanks largely to Rakuten and conclude by considering the prospects for Mobile World Congress 2021.

Network-as-a-Service: Creating values for all parties

With COVID-19 forcing the majority of staff in many companies to work remotely for months on end, there is huge pressure on IT and network professionals to assure all corporate business and collaboration applications run as they should to meet employee and customer needs and expectations. Embracing digital innovation and leveraging cloud capabilities has become even more critical to address today’s new business demands.
Enterprises are looking to shore up the game by equipping themselves with intelligent, secure and more reliable network connections that meets their requirements. SD-WAN (“software-defined wide area network”) is the leading solution nowadays for this. While enterprises could choose to build their own SD-WAN by combining equipment, software and access technology by themselves, a growing number of organizations are turning to a more flexible and efficient solution: to buy the service from communications service providers (CSPs) as a “network as a service” (NaaS) solution.

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.

ONF unveils global SD-RAN project

A bunch of operators and tech players have come together to try to accelerate the development of open, software-driven radio access network technology.

TikTok plans European data centre as heat rises

TikTok has seemingly taken Huawei’s position as the primary focus of US aggression in recent weeks, though the social media app is planning a data centre investment to ease European concerns.

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