The Telecoms.com Podcast: Broadband, Huawei and chips

Global geopolitics dominates this week’s pod, with Iain and Scott starting by discussing the overlooked fact that Chinese vendors are even more prominent in the fixed line telecoms market than they are in mobile. This topic wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Huawei, so they move on to a recent media briefing offered by its founder, before reviewing the global semiconductor drought and concluding, once more, with a Scott pet peeve.


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