D2S articles are intended to be easy to read, relevant and well informed. We avoid using language that is cryptic and, where needed, we provide simple explanations to new technological concepts. The topics for our articles are inspired by major news hitting the specialist press on aspects related to Digital Services, but we won’t just repeat news. We use several sources to bring a broad perspective on facts and enrich it with our own analysis and opinions.
Rodrigo’s experience spans more than 25 years working in the Telecom, Media and Digital industries in several executive roles advising investors, suppliers, service providers, regulators, industry bodies and professional service firms. He has developed consulting projects with customers in South America, Europe, Middle East and Asia.
Sam is currently a studying for his MEng at the University of Oxford, where he is specialising in Organic Solar Cells and their development. His range of technical experience ranges from working in Tata Motors European Technical Centre, to designing a solar vehicle for the 2019 World Solar Challenge.
Benedict Altier studied Chinese Studies at the University of Oxford graduating first class in 2020. Previously he studied at Peking University and worked in the Chinese technology sector. He currently researches and writes about the Chinese digital economy.
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