Special Guest Mike Dano talks with Roger and Don about the state of OpenRan.
0:47: Mike shares his broad assessment of the state of Open RAN.
2:04: Political implications of Open RAN in the U.S.
3:59: How is Rakuten in Japan fairing with Open RAN?
4:45: AT&T and other big U.S. carriers could be taking advantage of Open RAN.
5:25: The state of Open RAN in India and the U.K.
6:58: Open RAN and security.
9:45: The differences between Open RAN and Open Source.
10:24: Does Open RAN simplify operations?
12:06: What might need to change in Open RAN in order for major carriers in the U.S. to move forward with it.
14:45: A discussion about Huawei and what happens when the small fish becomes the big fish in the pond.
Tags: telecom, telecommunications, business, Don Kellogg, Roger Entner, Recon Analytics, Mike Dano, Light Reading, Open RAN, network design, network construction, AT&T, Verizon, FPN, Rakuten, DISH Network, Jio, Vodafone, ORAN Alliance, Docomo, security, SDN, Full stack, 4G, 5G, Onap, software defined networking, C-Band, Huawei,