Ian Moyse | # - Part 3

Ian Moyse

Huawei HAS (Or HAS Not)

5G had aggressive rollout plans anyway and COVID has exasperated the need for this new tech. Aligned to this and the political shenaniganss amidst COVID’s time, Huawei had their Annual Analyst Summit with some interesting takeaways.

To 5G or not to 5G (That Is The 2020 Question)

As if the demands on bandwidth and mobile/remote working were not enough, add in COVID WFH needs. More than ever the demands on bandwidth are upon us and 5G is in sight. However the route is not easy and without its bumps as NOKIA just discovered.

0G (Oh Gee) to 5G – Why 5G is the Emotional Bandwidth

5G will make some lagging use cases a wider reality, for example AR and VR and the obvious gains for the gaming and media/entertainment sector. We need to see however 5G delivering more tangible use case benefits around the likes of education (which will bring benefit across the world due to the lower latency) IOT and wearables which all have the opportunity to accelerate and become mainstream commoditised drivers of 5G adoption. 5G needs to demonstrate not just speed and reliability, but drive capability; the capability to do the new ; innovate and being benefits that will drive the users value aligned to the increased costs.

THE CLOUD AWAKENS

Is cloud adoption fully mature or have we some way to go? It has matured for certain, but there remain some key barriers for organisations to be able to truly take full advantage.

The Silence Of The Cloud

What is driving the growth of cloud and what barriers remain?

What are today’s challenges in business to utilising new tech?

AI or not to AI that is the Question

Everyone seems to be talking about AI, are you the one left behind or is it hype and no one else is going it either? What is the current application and how mature is the reality of use?

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