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AT&T banks on public policy to propel open RAN deployments

AT&T's Chris Boyer sat down with Light Reading to explain how the service provider is working with the government, academia and other organizations to support progress in open RAN deployments.

Kelsey Ziser

December 12, 2022

AT&T's Chris Boyer sat down with Light Reading to explain how the service provider is working with the government, academia and other organizations to support progress in open RAN deployments.

About the Author(s)

Kelsey Ziser

Senior Editor, Light Reading

Kelsey is a senior editor at Light Reading, co-host of the Light Reading podcast, and host of the "What's the story?" podcast.

Her interest in the telecom world started with a PR position at Connect2 Communications, which led to a communications role at the FREEDM Systems Center, a smart grid research lab at N.C. State University. There, she orchestrated their webinar program across college campuses and covered research projects such as the center's smart solid-state transformer.

Kelsey enjoys reading four (or 12) books at once, watching movies about space travel, crafting and (hoarding) houseplants.

Kelsey is based in Raleigh, N.C.

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