Level of expertise:
Knut Blind; Heejin Lee; Dirk Weiler; Daniel Fuchs
Date of publishing:
29 January 2024

During the event held on 29th January 2024, our standardisation experts dove into the intricate world of ICT standardisation and its geopolitical implications, starting with a comprehensive exploration of technological sovereignty and the evolving roles of key global players in shaping the landscape of international standards.

Our speakers guided us through various facets of ICT standardisation. From the geopolitics surrounding Open Radio Access Network (RAN) to China's changing influence in global standard-setting, this webinar offered a valuable opportunity to gain insights into the power dynamics and cooperation within the realm of international ICT standards.

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The author of this content

Nathaniel Cueter

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