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Interviewee: Scott J. Shackelford, Executive Director, and Chair, Ostrom Workshop, and Indiana University-Bloomington Cybersecurity Program, USAPTC provides a coffee-break update to an emerging threat. Or is it an emerging opportunity?In the Internet of Things era, we may be hitting an inflexion point in the importance of cybersecurity. Billions of…
 
Interviewee: Dave Wright, President, CBRS Alliance, USAWhat you will learn in this audiocast (18 min 40 sec):In a time of scarce spectrum resource, should we completely rethink how we use spectrum? Should we be focussing on spectrum sharing between different users and even different services? Should we likewise press for local licensing of key spec…
 
Interviewee: Malcolm Johnson, Deputy Secretary-General, International Telecommunication Union (ITU)In this PTC coffee break guide, our podcast deals with upcoming changes in spectrum and satellite orbital management around the world dealt with on a global level by a treaty level co-ordination process.The World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) is…
 
What you will learn in this audio cast (15 min 43 sec):What regulatory toolkit keeps a highly dynamic market highly dynamic?Hong Kong may well be the world’s most competitive marketplace. According to the Office of the Communications Authority (OFCA), in 2018 there were four mobile network operators, 27 local fixed network operators, 241 external f…
 
What you will learn in this audio cast (11 min 42 sec): Blockchain is now a serious contender for sparking a digital transformation within the service provider sector worldwide. Already proof of concept projects have demonstrated greater efficiencies may be possible, particular in the back office space. However, blockchain seems an obscure and even…
 
Interviewee: Jonathan Berney, COO, ChayoraChayora is an early stage player with a single focus: to build a series of hyperscale, fully licensed data center campuses in key locations across China. Chayora will provide Chinese and international companies a full range of facilities up to international standards. Topics covered in this podcast:• The ch…
 
What you will learn in this audiocast (11 min 51 sec):· The European organization for regulation· Near term work programs· Regulation and the European data economy· Net neutrality: what approach does Europe take vis-a-vis other parts of the world?· Consumer contract overhaul · Regulation in the 5G era· Cooperation with Canada· Upcoming national spe…
 
Subsea cable systems need to navigate many interacting demands and complexities. In coastal areas, they are subject to regulatory requirements of permitting and environmental perspectives, that weigh heavily in the case of proposed projects. Once deployed, subsea cables can face outage risks from commercial shipping and fishing activities.Tradition…
 
The deployment, activation, and upgrade of broadband subsea cable systems is in full swing globally, and particularly in Asia Pacific and Oceania where transcontinental, regional, and island networks are all being delivered. Why are so many new systems being deployed? Where are the customers for these new networks and what do they want from them? C…
 
The huge territory and widely dispersed populations of Brazil place many challenges on telecom deployment. In order to stimulate broadband rollout in the country, novel approaches to regulation have been tried. These include a careful definition of areas requiring direct subsidy and those that could potentially be profitably served by so called Sma…
 
Interview with Harinderpal Singh Grewal, Infocomm Media Development Authority, Singapore looking at Singapore: Next generation regulation in an early adopter marketIMDA is Singapore’s regulator in the ICT space covering both telecom and broadcasting. As an early adopter territory, it encounters policy challenges before many other regulators in the …
 
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) is the converged national regulator for telecom and broadcasting in the country.Interview with Nerida O’Loughlin, Chair, Australian Media and Communications AuthorityMs Nerida O'Loughlin commenced as Chair of the ACMA on 14 October 2017 for a five year term. Prior to joining the ACMA, Nerida …
 
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