Category: 4K/8K Video


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Orange, content and Huawei

With Scott manning the Spanish office this week, TMT Analyst Paolo Pescatore takes the opportunity to get an easy ride from Jamie and Iain. They start with their thoughts on the latest cunning plan to come from operator group Orange, move on to the highly competitive and fast-moving SVoD market and conclude, as they so often do, with the latest on the gift that keeps on giving that is Huawei.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: CES, Huawei and farmers

The core podding crew return after a scandalous month of inactivity, refreshed by festive jaunts around southern Britain. They start by looking at such telecoms news as there was from CES, move on to the latest developments regarding the political football that is Huawei and conclude with an obscure dispute between telcos and Northern Irish farmers.

Wifi-6 goes toe-to-toe with 5G claims

The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) is championing the results of a wifi-6 trial with Mettis Aerospace as proof the technology can be a viable alternative to 5G.

Is the consumer the broadcaster of tomorrow?

It’s an interesting thought that might force telcos to rethink how networks are built; will the increasingly influential trend of consumer created content demand greater upload speeds?

IBC 2019: is 4K anything more than hype?

While some people are still unsure whether there is any value in downloading content in HD over SD, the 4K and 8K hype is continuing to build; but is there any point in it?

AT&T sued for massaging DirecTV figures

If there is a headache in the shape of activist investor Elliott Management already, AT&T executives will be reaching for the aspirin once again as investors sue over suspect figures.

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