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Eurobites: UK government finds £7M for rural connectivity trials

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: OneWeb launches maritime service; Zain wants to get greener with Ericsson; Three UK and Jola strike business SIMs deal.

Nokia Bell Labs' Peter Vetter: 6G, the network with the sixth sense

Nokia's Peter Vetter joins the podcast to discuss challenges to deploying and reaping the benefits of 6G. He explains progress toward developing 6G standards and how 6G will fuse digital and physical environments.

Omdia's Fernando Montenegro on the democratization of generative AI in cybersecurity

Omdia's Fernando Montenegro joins the podcast to discuss recent security trends such as the increased use of AI for cybersecurity. He also shares how security teams are improving their response times to threats and growth of the use of SASE services.

Eurobites: EU approves Viasat/Inmarsat deal

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Saudi-Europe subsea deal agreed; Tesla rear-ended by data issues; OpenAI boss loves Europe after all.

Eurobites: Airbus gets on board with Cellnex for mission-critical comms

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: DAZN fights the content pirates; CityFibre boss responds to Equinox 2 decision; BT to stop printing the Phone Book.

Verizon's Debika Bhattacharya on the endless possibilities for generative AI

Verizon CPO Debika Bhattacharya explains how the company is using generative AI, its approach to edge computing and why FWA and cloud elasticity are on the rise.

Open RAN is mostly secure, finds government report

Open RAN 'does not fundamentally alter the security risk landscape for telecommunications, compared to more traditional RAN,' according to a report backed by the US, Japan, Australia and India.

How Frontier is broadening and beefing up its biz services unit

Recent deals with RingCentral and Cisco Meraki fit into a grand plan to further stabilize Frontier's business services unit while driving up ARPU, says new commercial services chief Ettienne Brandt.

Lumen and IBM illuminate the way to AI and multicloud security

Lumen Technologies' Chris Smith and IBM's Craig Wilson join the podcast to discuss security for AI and the multicloud. Smith shares updates on Lumen's Rapid Threat Defense security service and its security intel team, Black Lotus Labs.

Ericsson targets US military as its next big 5G customer

'There's a lot of interest in the US government now for adopting 5G,' said Mike Murphy, Ericsson's top technology executive in North America, during a keynote at the Big 5G Event.

IBM's Ray Harishankar on security for quantum computing

IBM's Ray Harishankar joins the podcast to discuss the company's efforts to improve quantum computing security, progress on standards development for quantum cryptography and IBM's role in GSMA's Post-Quantum Telco Network Taskforce.

Eurobites: Vodafone to cut 11,000 jobs as part of roadmap for change

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Bouygues buoyant in Q1; TIM sell-off saga latest; smart-city developments in Italy and the UK.

Eurobites: EU presses ahead with Black Sea link

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: Sparkle lands in Palermo; European Parliament scrutinizes proposed AI rules; Nokia's XDR offering wins rosette.

Eurobites: Vodafone and UAE's E& get cozy

Also in today's EMEA regional roundup: MTN raises service revenue, despite load shedding in South Africa; Safaricom Ethiopia gets M-Pesa license; BT leans on Fortinet for new security offering.

GSMA fined €200,000 for GDPR non-compliance

The GSMA has been handed a €200,000 fine due to its failure to conduct a data protection impact assessment prior to using facial recognition at the 2021 MWC in Barcelona.

UK's ESN watches on as LTE public safety networks proliferate

From FirstNet in the US to Safe-Net in South Korea, momentum has been building in the global public safety LTE and 5G market.

The Notebook Dump: Stuck in a trunk with satellite connectivity

The editors discuss Arelion's take on SMS security, Altice USA's growth and pay-TV struggles, Qualcomm's drop in stock and satellite connectivity.

Malaysia's dilemma: Huawei or not Huawei

After giving the green light for a second 5G network, Malaysia must now decide what to do about Huawei.

Arelion on thwarting SMS fraud

Arelion's Fabio Bottan joins the podcast to discuss SMS text security. Bottan explains how fraudsters leveraged the public's interest in COVID-19 pandemic-related information to deliver security threats via SMS.

Huawei's long march to technology autonomy

After completing a massive three-year internal ERP project, Huawei is now eyeing advanced chip manufacture.

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