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Insight Type: The 5G Factor

In this episode of The 5G Factor, Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall talk Qualcomm and Vodafone on 5G Open RAN, General Dynamics’ new 5G and Edge Accelerator coalition, AWS nabbing the lead in the telco cloud wars, but Oracle and IBM are planting flags, too, and wrap the show with a look at the smart buildings market and what is powering that growth.
In this episode of The 5G Factor, Futurum’s Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall talk Lumen’s new CEO hire, Mavenir and Deutsche Telekom’s new alliance, Starlink’s fight with the FCC, T-Mobile and Starlink partnering to bring enhanced connectivity to underserved areas, and T-Mobile’s deals for Apple fan girls and boys.
In this week’s episode of The 5G Factor, Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall cover news of T-Mobile nailing (again) speed tests, the Ericsson, Qualcomm, Thales collab, China powering forward on private 5G, news that Elon Musk’s vacillating behavior might be costing him allies at the FCC on the 12 Ghz spectrum front, and the thumbs up from U.S. regulators on the Ericsson/Vonage acquisition and what that means moving forward.
In this episode of The 5G Factor, a Futurum Tech Webcast focused on news out of the 5G and IoT ecosystems, Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall cover news of Elon Musk’s Starlink complaining (again) about 5G, the NEC and Aspire acquisition, T-Mobile and Oceus alliance providing an assist to the DoD, AT&T, DISH, and CableLabs leading the O-RAN Alliance activities in the U.S. and more.
In this episode of The 5G Factor, our webcast series here at Futurum Research where we discuss all things related to 5G and the IoT ecosystems, host Shelly Kramer is joined by Christian Block Senior VP and GM of RF Front End (RFFE) for Qualcomm. They kicked off our conversation by hearing a little about Christian’s back ground, his work in RF Front End, and what led him to Qualcomm Technologies.
In this episode of The 5G Factor, a Futurum Tech Webcast focused on all things 5G, analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall take a look at what’s happening across the 5G ecosystem. Today’s show focused on partnerships and 5G focused initiatives between AT&T and Northrop Grumman, Intel and Lockheed, Mavenir and Aspire, Cisco and Verizon, along with a look at Qualcomm’s efforts in providing security requirements and best practices for the O-RAN Alliance, and news of the $600M award by the DoD to vendors including AT&T, Ericsson, Nokia, Federated Wireless, and others earmarked for 5G testbed R&D.
In this episode of the The 5G Factor, Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall tackle a variety of interesting developments in the 5G ecosystem. This week’s show includes a look at Netcracker’s Digital Platform, and Amdocs’ expansion of 5G solutions designed to accelerate 5G standalone networks. They dive into Ericsson’s newly released Breaking the Energy Curve report and explore Cisco and Telenor’s expanded partnership focused on expanded services designed to help enterprise clients accelerate their digital transformation journeys. They also covered news of Rogers Communications launch of the first commercially available 5G standalone network in Canada and wrapped the show with news of The 5G Preliminary Challenge event launched by way of a collaboration between the NTIA and the DoD and designed to helping conquer the digital divide in myriad ways.
In this episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast’s series, The 5G Factor, Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall talk T-Mobile/Verizon and the Super Bowl, Ericsson’s role in unlocking 5G core and what this means for CSPs, Swedish-based Kollmorgen’s partnership with Ericsson and the results of their testing robots and comparing wifi against 5G in industrial/manufacturing settings, Cisco entering the private 5G market, and Vodafone UK tapping Oracle to spearhead network policy.
In the latest episode of The 5G Factor, a Futurum Research production focused on the 5G ecosystem, latest news and trends, Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall cover Netcracker and T-Mobile expanding their strategic partnership, T-Mobile keeps winning the 5G speed war, AT&T and Dish win big in the Andromeda Auction, and T-Mobile and renewable energy.
In the latest episode of The 5G Factor, a Futurum Research production focused on the 5G ecosystem, latest news and trends Futurum analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall cover Marvell’s new AtlasOne chip, news out of T-Mobile on 5G by way of Neville Ray’s Reddit AMA, Apple’s SE 5G and the opportunities that presents to convert potentially billions of Android users, and key insights from Ericsson’s 10 Hot Consumer Trends report.
In this episode of The 5G Factor, our weekly webcast focused on all things 5G, analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall talk news out of Qualcomm’s Investor Day 2021 event, the bipartisan Infrastructure bill and what that means for expanding broadband and 5G connectivity across the nation, as well as data out of the GSMA report: 2021 The Mobile Economy North America and the impact 5G technologies is making and will continue to make moving forward.
In this episode of the Futurum Tech Webcast, The 5G Factor series, analysts Shelly Kramer and Ron Westfall cover 5G industry news, announcements coming out of this week’s MWC event, along with news about how 5G is being used in stadiums to power better fan experiences. They also cover recently announced partnerships, including those between Samsung and Ciena, Nothing and Qualcomm, IBM and Cisco/Palo Alto Networks and Rakuten/Intel and Juniper, then wrap with a short overview of the sessions Shelly moderated at this week’s AT&T’s Business Summit event.