The Podcast: BT, Meta and Open RAN

The pod is delighted to welcome back special guest Neil McRae, the departing Chief Architect at BT. They start by asking him why he’s clearing off and what, if anything, that says about BT’s technology strategy. Moving on to recent news, the three of them reflect on the carnage in the big tech jobs market, before concluding with a quickfire question round designed especially for McRae.

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  1. Avatar Guy Incognito 20/11/2022 @ 10:08 pm

    An awful lot of customers do care about O-RAN.

    Even then – as Henry Ford said, if you asked the market what they wanted, they’d have said faster horses.

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