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56% of the world’s population live in cities, including myself and most of the RMA team. We all, by and large, want the same things from these cities - decent jobs, affordable housing, safe, clean streets, power and drinkable water, interesting things to see and do, and transport that get us from A to B to C with as little drama as possible.
Transforming telco businesses requires many steps, as McKinsey notes, but it must also include changing outdated and cumbersome procurement processes. Without extending supply chains and embracing smaller players and new entrants, telcos will be unable to benefit from new sources of innovation that can drive transformation.
6G remains some way off, but the sheer diversity of interest groups suggests that there may be multiple approaches to delivering standards. Early moves from ATIS suggest a multi-regional, as well as multi-stakeholder approach.