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Google takes Intel to the edge

Internet giant Google is getting Intel involved in its telco cloud offering to help with things like edge computing, vRAN and OpenRAN.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: tech monopolies, cloud and Huawei

The guys are delighted to have a new Bribe of the Week to announce on this week’s pod, which helps the conversation flow. They start by reviewing the growing menace of US tech giants, who operate near monopolies in many markets. That leads them on to the state of the European tech industry, especially from a cloudy perspective, before a review of the latest shenanigans from Huawei.

Ford goes all-in on Google

US automotive giant Ford is not only making all its cars Android-native, it’s also betting its corporate future on Google Cloud.

TIM launches €1 billion cloud company

TIM has formally launched its new cloud and edge computing business under the Noovle brand, repeating its pledge to generate €1 billion in revenues from the new outfit in three years.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Public cloud, OpenRAN and towers

Week 2 of Lockdown 3 sees Scott and Iain open with another look at the pros and cons of the public cloud after watching AWS throw its weight around. They move on to OpenRAN, which is increasingly becoming a political football and conclude with an analysis of consolidation in the telecoms towers sector.

Nokia talks new strategy, round two

The Finnish telecoms vendor has provided more details about its new strategy and operating mode, which were first unveiled in October.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: 6G, cloud and Facebook

In the final pod of a remarkable year the guys get straight into appropriately dystopian subject matter. They start by looking at plans for 6G to create a hive mind that anticipates your every need, before moving on to mulling how sensible it is to move all your technology into the public cloud and concluding with the US government’s absurd attempt to sue Facebook for being too successful.

Giffgaff sells its soul to AWS

UK MVNO Giffgaff says it has gone ‘all-in’ on Amazon Web Services to power all of its technology infrastructure and application development.

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.

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