Category: Events


CES 2022: Behold the parade of weird tech

From finger nibbling robots to health monitoring light bulbs, CES 2022 has delivered its usual line up of innovative if eyebrow raising products. Here’s our list of the most peculiar.

Connected cars drive the agenda at CES 2022

Car manufacturers and tech firms rolled out new smart motors and integrated connectivity software at the CES tech show, showing ever more convergence between the two industries.  

Global Telecoms Awards 2021 winners event

Once more, exceptional circumstances prevented us from hosting a live Glotel Awards event this year. Instead Telecoms.com Editor Scott Bicheno invited comedian Geoff Norcott into the studio to talk telecoms and announce the winners on video. The event was first broadcast on the afternoon of 23 November 2021 and this is the recording of it. We hope you’ll enjoy it and look forward to hopefully returning to the live format next year.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: MWC, public cloud and OpenRAN

The guys reflect on what it was like to not attend the recent attenuated Mobile World Congress, which took place last week despite having all the odds stacked against it. One of the apparent highlights was a special zone dedicated to the public cloud, so they move onto discuss the latest development in that scene, before concluding with recent OpenRAN news.

Huawei’s Ryan Ding: Ongoing Innovation Is Lighting up the Future of Every Industry

[Barcelona, Spain, June 29, 2021] During MWC Barcelona 2021, Huawei Executive Director and President of Carrier BG Ryan Ding delivered a keynote speech Innovation: Lighting up the Future. In his keynote, Ding said that innovation in ICT is becoming a key driver of the global economy and its value is moving beyond the telecoms industry. Ongoing innovation in 5G, in particular, will bring more value to operators, the ICT industry, and the global economy, and will light up the future of every industry.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: MWC 2021, WarnerMedia and profitability

Our intrepid podders brave the rubbish London spring to bring you their distinctive brand of half-cut telecoms banter. They start by mulling the pros and cons of the delayed Mobile World Congress 2011, which is due to take place in a month. They move on to reflect on AT&T’s very expensive and ultimately failed foray into content before concluding by asking whether we should stop expecting telos to make much profit.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: MWC, OpenRAN and regulation

On what could possibly be the last ever remote pod, Ian and Scott start by mulling whether the partial restoration of our civil liberties will be enough to rescue the Mobile World Congress event. They move on to look at the viability of Open RAN, especially from a Huawei perspective, and conclude with a review of some recent developments in the regulation of Big Tech.