IoT – is it ready for widespread implementation?

IoT is one of the largest growing markets with 5G rollout encouraging even more products to hit the market. However, questions still remain, is the security robust enough? Is legislation on IoT falling too far behind innovation? Looking at its weaknesses in the areas of safety, security and regulation, this article will investigate whether IoT is ready for its own future…

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Ford and Vodafone, paving the way for the future?

Ford have jumped out as the first large UK manufacturers to have a Non-Public 5G Network installed at one of their plants. This is a significant step as Non-Public Networks are being hailed as the future of manufacturing technology. This article examines the reasons behind the decision and if there are similar examples worldwide.

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On Clouds, Telcos and Telco Clouds

The first half of 2020 has seen a spate of news about cloud services for Telcos. From AWS to HPE, each has had important announcements which is shaking up the industry. This article investigates the biggest announcements worldwide.

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AI and BLM – bias entrenchment for generations?

Black Lives Matter has thrown light onto an important conversation on Artificial Intelligence and the entrenched bias within it. This article delves deep into the questions which have been pushed up the agenda in recent months providing insight into AI and where it could lead us as a society…

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Does Open RAN mean open for everyone?

Nokia and Ericsson, traditional suppliers of Radio Access Network for mobile network operators around the world have recently announced their interest and support to the Open RAN initiative. This article examines what their potential motivations are.

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