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This week, tech podcast host Greg Knieriemen comes to you live from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona with two special guests. They have a really interesting chat about what kind of value data analytics actually has as well as whether the principle of net neutrality can withstand the onslaught of all this super high-def content on the mobile. Is the smartphone the new TV?

Joining Greg are Jeff Greenwald and Shane Archiquette, the Solutions Marketing lead and the chief technology officer at HDS's Communications, Media and Entertainment division.

It's a crisp 30 minutes, and has indexed times to help you get to the meaty bits... Enjoy.

This week we discuss...

  • Telecommunications and Analytics at Mobile World Congress (0:45)
  • New mobile platform challenges (5:45)
  • Technical ramifications of Net Neutrality (8:10)
  • Data consumption-based pricing and transparency (10:20)
  • Analytics is the solution, not the question (12:30)
  • Shifting landscape of competitors (13:50)
  • Telecoms dramatic shift to infrastructure provisioning (17:00)
  • Wearable technology and connected devices driving network complexity (18:10)
  • Tension between mobile technology developers and network providers (21:10)
  • Personal mobile devices (24:45)
  • Blackberry and Ford partnership (25:50)

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