Podcast: AT&T, 5G & the Mirantis IncidentPodcast: AT&T, 5G & the Mirantis Incident
The recently reported deal with Mirantis is another step in AT&T's network evolution as the company continues to carry the flag for open source and a software-defined 5G network.
February 14, 2019
Moody music, open source opinions, 5G speculation and a guest appearance by my cat, Rosie. What else would you want from a podcast?
Wagner walks us through the particulars of the deal, the strategic importance of open source to AT&T and, during the last seven minutes of the podcast, he even gives public relations pros some useful advice on getting his -- or any other editor's -- attention. At the 30-minute mark, my cat Rosie decides she's not going to wait for theme music before bring the whole show to a screeching halt, as only a professional office cat can. Related posts: AT&T Inks '8-Figure' Kubernetes & OpenStack 5G Deal With Mirantis AT&T Building 5G Network on an Open Source Foundation Mirantis Takes Kubernetes to the Telco Edge Canonical Girds Its Cloud-Native Loins as Containers Gain Traction AT&T's Cloud Outlook Evolves Amid 5G Buildout — Phil Harvey, US Bureau Chief, Light Reading
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