The Telecoms.com Podcast: tech monopolies, cloud and Huawei

The guys are delighted to have a new Bribe of the Week to announce on this week’s pod, which helps the conversation flow. They start by reviewing the growing menace of US tech giants, who operate near monopolies in many markets. That leads them on to the state of the European tech industry, especially from a cloudy perspective, before a review of the latest shenanigans from Huawei.


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  1. Avatar Dirk Segers 24/02/2021 @ 11:05 am

    Hello, as regular listener of the podcast, I wonder about your thoughts on the Huawei story that developed end 2020 in Belgium – with fake twitter accounts etc. I may have missed it but I don’t recall it was addressed, while the links with “freedom of speech”, and even pigs, topics addressed recently in your podcast, can easily be made. For some references to this, see : eg

    https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/29/technology/commercial-disinformation-huawei-belgium.html

    Unfortunately, I have the link with pigs only in Dutch, but it reports on how China puts Belgium under pressure regarding the export from Belgium to China of pigs, in the context of 5G… : https://www.demorgen.be/nieuws/hoe-china-de-belgische-regering-onder-druk-zet-over-5g-varkensvlees-als-opmerkelijke-pasmunt~b333e033/

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