Category: Digital Transformation


The Telecoms.com Podcast: UK coverage, monetizing 5G and Nokia

Scott and Iain from Light Reading are joined by returning special guest, telecoms analyst William Webb this week. They start by looking at the latest coverage aspirations for the UK market, move on to look at how much progress the industry is making towards monetizing 5G now that it has been launched and conclude with an analysis of Nokia’s latest earnings announcement.

Creating customer values with AI

5G represents a paradigm shift not only in the deployment, management, and operation of networks, but also the services that can be delivered and the experiences customers can have. For 5G networks to deliver value for the operators, through both improved efficiency and top line growth, artificial intelligence (AI) has important roles to play.

BT insists the future is more than just 5G

It might be dominating the headlines, demanding the lion’s share of CAPEX and a fresh opportunity to show some sort of innovation, but BT has reiterated the message that the future is more than just 5G.

Telecoms industry set to reveal its hopes and fears

It’s that time of the year when Telecoms.com once again conducts the signature Annual Industry Survey. Answering it will not only let us know what you think, but will benefit the telecoms industry as a whole, and in turn, yourselves too.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Digital services, Brexit and Guinness

In this special podcast shot on location in a Dublin pub, Scott and Jamie welcome special guest Niall Norton, CEO of Openet. They focus on discussing the prospects for telcos to become ‘digital service providers’ thus taking on the likes of Google, Netflix, etc in the battle for digital revenues. They do manage to sneak in a bit of Brexit talk at the end as well as taking care of a couple of pints of Guinness each over the course of the pod.

Europe set to join the facial recognition debate

With more authorities demonstrating they cannot be trusted to act responsibly or transparently, the European Commission is reportedly on the verge of putting the reigns on facial recognition.

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