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Thank you all!

Narrowbander

Wonderful information. Thank you, Ronan!

Gigamaster

absolutely agree. The consumer has become the product.

Narrowbander

Final pillar - * Trust opex - Unfortunately, have seen malware rise, even in less expensive handsets; even if careful about installing security software, if the handset -- perhaps discounted or very low-cost IoT sensor -- is infected, then customer is in trouble.

Author

Are we on the cusp of a sort of technological revolution, say when the Internet changed the way we do absolutely everything? Perhaps with the relationship between service provider, operators, vendors?

Gigamaster

* Importance of culture - of the operator and of each vendor/partner - 5x or 7x9s - must be very careful about cultural alignment of each provider of each component
* Traceability - what is wrong, why it is wrong and how to fix it

Author

* Architected network
* System integrity 

Author

Thinking about what he is saying right now.

 

Gigamaster

Do you have any questions for Ronan?

Author

The times they are definitely a 'changin'!

 

Gigamaster

Peter Drucker - Culture eats strategy for breakfast - Do you agree?

Author
Fascinating ideas!
Narrowbander

Interesting example about the giraffe. Unfortunately, I am not vertically challenged. 

Gigamaster

Not "vertically challenged" aka tall as a child - so Ronan leveraged his height into a reasonably successful 'career' as a high jumper. Used this as an example of thinking out of the box.

Author

If you cannot hear Ronan and Alison, please refresh your browser.

Narrowbander

Yes, it should load automatically.

Author

Hello from Long Island, New York. Will this radio show load automatically?

Gigamaster

Don't forget to get your questions ready for Ronan!

Author

Hello, from Long Island! Hopefully I can get to hear this show. I think it's supposed to load automatically?

 

Gigamaster
The audio player will load automatically when the radio show audio begins. Some corporate networks block the sort of streaming audio content used by this player. If the player loads but you are not able to hear the live audio, you may still be able to hear the archived audio after the live program finishes by returning to this page.
 
 
Narrowbander

Welcome everyone! This will be a great radio show, so thanks for joining us early!

Author

from sunny DC today!

Narrowbander

How do you get into this radio show to listen?

 

Gigamaster

Hello! from Roacket City, Huntsville

Narrowbander

Hello everyone!

Narrowbander

how u doing?

 

Narrowbander

Looking forward to the radio live chat!

Narrowbander

Good day, all!

Narrowbander

Looking forward to this show!

Narrowbander


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