The Telecoms.com Podcast: US election, OpenRAN and Huawei

On the eve of another UK lockdown, the lads rush into the office to get one last studio pod out. They can’t resist reflecting on the US general election that has just taken place but has yet to yield a clear winner. With just three days of news to draw from they retreat to the familiar ground of OpenRAN and Huawei, both of which are also heavily politicised matters.


2 comments

  1. Avatar Chris 06/11/2020 @ 10:57 am

    Great podcasts folks, it really does take something to make Telecoms interesting – think I’ve earned that opinion after 15+ years in the industry! The narrative around US politics and recycled JRE talking points is tiring though.

    • Scott Bicheno Scott Bicheno 06/11/2020 @ 4:20 pm

      We’ll settle for ‘mostly good’, thanks.

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