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Tantra's Mantra with Prakash Sangam
31 minutes | a month ago
Xeon Scalalble 3rdGen for 5G Networking & EdgeCloud - Discussion with Jeni Panhorst, VP & GM Intel
An in-depth discussion with Jeni Panhorst VP & GM of Intel, on the latest trends in the Networking and EdgeCould market, what are the challenges the ecosystem is facing, and how Intel's latest 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processors can address them. The Xeon Scalable 3rd Gen processors were announced at a recent event titled "How Wonderful Gets Done."
33 minutes | 2 months ago
5G in rural areas - interview with Mike Irizarry, CTO of US Cellular
Defying expectations, rural 5G is attracting a lot of attention. FCC has set up a sizable "5G Fund" to help rural cellular carriers to expand the reach of 5G in the rural parts of the country. In this episode, I discuss with Michael Irizarry - CTO of US Cellular, opportunities, challenges, and the driving forces behind rural 5G. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Articles mentioned in the podcast: 5G FWA Broadband: A Better Option For Urbanites, Increased Access For Ruralites 5G Integrated Access Backhaul (IAB) - Article Series
26 minutes | 3 months ago
How to expand 5G mmWave coverage with IABs
Small coverage footprint is one of the major challenges of mmWave bands. They require hyper-dense deployments to be effective. But bringing fiber backhaul to these is very expensive as well as time-consuming. Integrated Access Backhauls (IABs) introduced in 3GPP Rel. 16 solve that issue. It’s not just IABs, you will also need Self Interference Cancellation (SLIC) implemented in them to maximize the performance. In this episode, I talk to David Cutrer, CEO of Kumu Networks, the company developing SLIC for IABs, on how it works and when are the large-scale deployments of IABs expected. For more details, check out my Forbes article, and the article series on RCR Wireless News: https://bit.ly/TA-IAB
43 minutes | 5 months ago
Are Virtual and Open RANs on the path to become mainstream? An open discussion with VP of Intel 5G Infra Group
Intel is a leading provider of the solutions to virtualized networks--both core and RAN. In this wide ranging discussion, I talk to Caroline Chan, VP and GM of Intel's 5G Infrastructure Division (Network Platform Group) about Intel's vRAN and Open RAN journey so far, quiz her about what makes her think the market forces are aligning to make these new architectures mainstream, and how Intel is accelerating that trend with its technologies, products and partnerships.
31 minutes | 6 months ago
Qualcomm re-entering cellular infra business with 5G RAN Solutions - How, What and Why?
Qualcomm was a major cellular infrastructure player in the CDMA days, but only had a limited Small Cell offerings in 4G. It all changed with their recent announcement of 5G RAN solutions for virtualized and open radio networks. In this episode, I talk to Gerardo Giaretta of Qualcomm to understand the reasons behind this new development as well as the overall vRAN and Open RAN market landscape.
27 minutes | 7 months ago
How to evaluate 5G patents - Views from the subject matter expert
Patent evaluation is a complex process. Many industry observers usually take an easy route and use simple patent counting to decide technology or market leadership, completely disregarding the quality of the patents they hold. But when it comes to patents, we know that quality matters much more than simple quantity. In this episode I talk to the head of a leading patent evaluation firm Patent Sight William Mansfield regarding patent quality vs. quantity, the patent evaluation process, and most importantly the Patent Asset Index ranking. Links to my patent quality vs. quantity articles for further reading - http://bit.ly/TA-Series
27 minutes | 9 months ago
The status and progress toward Open and Virtualized 5G RAN - Discussion with Alok Shah, VP - Samsung Networks
After many years of discussions and token deployments, Open and virtualized RAN (Open RAN and vRAN) architectures are seeing lot of market interest and traction. In this interview podcast, we discuss their suitability for 5G, drivers, current status, and future trends, as well details about Samsung's recently announced Open and vRAN offerings.
36 minutes | 10 months ago
Role of 5G and AI in robotics - A perspective from Qualcomm's business head
The cosmic combination of 5G and AI will play a key role in the future of robotics. In this interview with Dev Singh, the head of robotics business at Qualcomm, I go behind the market speak and hyperbole to discuss the current trends, exciting applications and services they are currently working on, and how their recently announced cutting edge robotics platform, RB5, will deliver on the promise of industry 4.0.
13 minutes | a year ago
Is owning lots of 5G patents equal to 5G technology leadership?
A recent report ranked the global telecom companies based on how many 5G Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) each of those companies owned. Many industry observers and media wrongly equate patent holding to technology leadership. This podcast takes a deep dive into the perils of simple “patent counting” and explains how SEP designation works. It also explores why patent quality is more important than quantity, and what are the best ways to evaluate patents. Links referred in the podcast: Demystifying Cellular Patents and Licensing
15 minutes | a year ago
Open RAN Policy Coalition - Is this US Govt's effort to neutralize Huawei in 5G?
Exploring the motivations behind the formation of this new group Open RAN Policy Coalition and the prognosis for 5G infrastructure business in the USA, in view of security concerns and Huawei ban. The coalition includes who's who of US Tech industry -- Cloud giants, Compute majors, Chipset leaders, and Global Operators.
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