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Since 1982, RCR Wireless News has been providing wireless and mobile industry news, insights, and analysis to mobile and wireless industry professionals, decision makers, policy makers, analyst and investors. Our mission is to connect, globally and locally, mobile technology professionals and companies online, in person, in print and now on video. Our dedication to editorial excellence coupled with one of the industry’s most comprehensive subscriber databases and digital networks, leads readers and advertisers to consistently choose RCR Wireless News over other industry publications.

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Since 1982, RCR Wireless News has been providing wireless and mobile industry news, insights, and analysis to mobile and wireless industry professionals, decision makers, policy makers, analyst and investors. Our mission is to connect, globally and locally, mobile technology professionals and companies online, in person, in print and now on video. Our dedication to editorial excellence coupled with one of the industry’s most comprehensive subscriber databases and digital networks, leads readers and advertisers to consistently choose RCR Wireless News over other industry publications.

    Will 5G Change the World? Ed Cholerton, Nokia (Ep. 39)

    Will 5G Change the World? Ed Cholerton, Nokia (Ep. 39)

    Ed Cholerton, president of Nokia North America, discusses private network traction, the Open RAN landscape, the importance of closing the digital divide, and more.

    • 18 min
    Well, technically... a hybrid workforce maximizes flexibility and productivity (Ep. 46)

    Well, technically... a hybrid workforce maximizes flexibility and productivity (Ep. 46)

    Qualcomm's Chief Human Resources Officer Heather Ace describes the company's hybrid approach to in-office work post-COVID and the importance of focusing on mental health and workplace equity. She also shares how her own experience onboarding remotely informed how she tackled these challenging topics.

    • 13 min
    Well, technically... things are going to get complicated with 5G, but AI can help (Ep. 45)

    Well, technically... things are going to get complicated with 5G, but AI can help (Ep. 45)

    Ericsson's Amy McCune, Chief Operating Officer of Network & IT Operation and Application Services, North America, delivers insight into how service providers are thinking about AI and offers her own perspective on why it's a must for managing 5G networks. She also shares some of the silver linings of being one of the only women in the room, like shorter bathroom lines at tech conferences.

    • 18 min
    Will 5G Change the World? Dan Rodriguez, Intel (Ep. 38)

    Will 5G Change the World? Dan Rodriguez, Intel (Ep. 38)

    Intel Corporate Vice President Dan Rodriguez, general manager of the Network Platforms Group, discusses the complementary relationship between 5G, AI, edge and cloud computing. Rodriguez also discusses the work Intel is doing with operator and enterprise partners to enable meaningful digital transformation at scale.

    • 24 min
    Powering the Future of Wireless Connectivity Podcast: Connectivity for Immersive Mobile Experiences

    Powering the Future of Wireless Connectivity Podcast: Connectivity for Immersive Mobile Experiences

    While 5G dominates the headlines, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth continue to rapidly advance, setting the stage for increasingly immersive connected mobile and compute experiences that serve to complement the latest generation of cellular. In this episode of the Powering the Future of Wireless Connectivity Podcast, Qualcomm's Dino Bekis reflects on the past 15 years of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, looks to the near- and long-term future of the technologies, and highlights the pioneering work Qualcomm Technologies Inc., does in this area.

    • 36 min
    Well, technically... there’s a LOT of data in agriculture (Ep. 43)

    Well, technically... there’s a LOT of data in agriculture (Ep. 43)

    According to John Deere's Vice President of Production & Precision Ag Production Systems Deanna Kovar, farming is just like manufacturing, except, of course, that it's outside. This means it's subject to the whims of nature, making advanced technologies like spatial intelligence and real-time data processing crucial. Further, the pressure is on for farmers as higher yields will be necessary to feed and clothe the increasing population.

    • 21 min

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