Category: Digital Economy


Google chucks more money at India

Less than a year after its last major commitment to the country, internet giant Google has announced it will invest a further $10 billion in over the next few years.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: swapping out, Open RAN and Softbank

Aaand they’re back in the room. Four months and 15 pods since the last one, the team are finally reunited in the studio. They start by exploring claims about how much it costs to swap out telecoms equipment, move on to the latest deployments around the Open RAN movement and conclude with a review of Softbank’s performance as a venture capitalist.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: core network, Huawei and Facebook boycott

The usual crew brave a British heatwave to struggle through another pod for you, dear listener. They start with a review of some developments around the core of the mobile network and the emerging open ecosystem. Inevitably they move on to Huawei, which continues to expand its presence in the UK, despite everything, and conclude with growing calls to boycott social media giant Facebook unless it censors its users more.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Huawei UK, China and facial recognition

An eventful week started with Huawei communicating directly with the UK population, so the lockdown crew start by reviewing that story. They move on to the latest developments in the great geopolitical arm-wrestle between China and the US and conclude with a look at the attitude of some tech companies to how their facial recognition technology is being used.

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