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The Telecoms.com Podcast: OpenRAN, quarterlies and AI

Iain and Scott retreat from springtime London to bring you another dose of telecoms chit-chat. They start with the latest on the hot topic of OpenRAN, including Dish going all-in with AWS. Quarterlies season is in full flow, so they move on to look at Ericsson’s before concluding with a review of the latest thinking around the regulation of artificial intelligence.

Dish gambles on Faustian pact with AWS

Nascent US MNO Dish is the latest telecoms company to go all-in on the public cloud, entrusting Amazon Web Services to handle its entire 5G network.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: vendor diversity, Huawei and Virgin/O2 merger

The boys are back in town as they record the first pod from the studio this year. They celebrate by discussing the UK telecoms diversity taskforce, which has called for more diversity. Some things never change and they follow that with the inevitable Huawei segment before concluding with a look at the UK merger between Virgin Media and O2, which has just been approved.

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.

Nokia launches an OpenRAN platform

Finnish kit vendor Nokia has unveiled a new service enablement platform that’s designed to enable innovation across the OpenRAN ecosystem.

Nokia and others join the MWC 2021 exodus

The sense of déjà vu is growing as, once more, Ericsson’s decision to pull out of Mobile World Congress seems to have encouraged others to do the same.

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