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Explaining the networking technology that makes the Internet possible. High Tech Forum editor Richard Bennett regularly interviews Internet pioneers about the details behind the high-tech magic we interact with everyday.

Latest Episodes

Dave Belson on Internet Reliability

Long time fans of the High Tech Forum will know Dave Belson as the author of the Akamai State of the Internet reports and previous podcast guest. This research is...

60 MINOCT 17
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Dave Belson on Internet Reliability

Shane and Richard Discuss DoH and the TPI Aspen Forum

Shane and Richard survey current Internet policy issues

42 MINSEP 21
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Shane and Richard Discuss DoH and the TPI Aspen Forum

Stacie Hoffman on DoH

In this podcast, DNS expert Stacie Hoffman explains issues with new Internet protocol known as DNS over HTTPS (DoH.) This dubious piece of work creates a number of operational vulnerabilities...

38 MINAUG 27
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Stacie Hoffman on DoH

Harold Furchgott-Roth on mmWave and Economics in Policy Making

In this podcast, Furchgott-Roth discusses the book, his roles in Congress and at the FCC, the current controversy over 5G mmWave interference, and the role of the World Radio Conference in setting standards for spectrum use around the world.

30 MINJUL 17
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Harold Furchgott-Roth on mmWave and Economics in Policy Making

Huawei in a White Box: Podcast

While first-wave 5G small cells will rely on specialized switches, the second wave will use generic hardware and open source software. When the second wave hits the streets, the fears about the Chinese government taking over an import part of the telecom sector will become moot.

31 MINMAY 10
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Huawei in a White Box: Podcast

To Nationalize or Not; and What About the Trade Commission?

The 5G buildout is hampered on some areas by extortionate rents on small cell sites. These fees are driven the need of some municipalities - such as San Jose, California - to raise money for pension costs. While we're sympathetic to retirees, there are ways to meet these needs without wrecking the technology sector.

37 MINMAR 7
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To Nationalize or Not; and What About the Trade Commission?

ITS Director Keith Gremban on 5G Propagation

Costs of deployment for new networking technologies tend to decline over time as we learn how to avoid unnecessary redundancies. Deployment costs of fiber-to-the-home networks declined to about 20% of initial levels over the first three years of deployment.

38 MIN2018 OCT 11
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ITS Director Keith Gremban on 5G Propagation

Shane and Richard on Wi-Fi, Security, and Europe

In this edition of the podcast, Shane and Richard talk about setting up a Wi-Fi network for optimal security and performance, recent developments in security, and what's going on in Europe with copyright enforcement and privacy.

40 MIN2018 SEP 25
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Shane and Richard on Wi-Fi, Security, and Europe

FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly on 5G

FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly joined us for a High Tech Forum podcast this week to bring us up-to-date on FCC issues such as 5G, broadband deployment, mid-band spectrum, and the...

42 MIN2018 JUN 28
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FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly on 5G

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr on 5G

This edition of the podcast features Commissioner Brendan Carr, the FCC’s 5G champion. Carr was promoted from Chief Counsel to Commissioner in August. Since his swearing-in he’s taken up the...

21 MIN2018 MAY 3
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FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr on 5G

Latest Episodes

Dave Belson on Internet Reliability

Long time fans of the High Tech Forum will know Dave Belson as the author of the Akamai State of the Internet reports and previous podcast guest. This research is...

60 MINOCT 17
Comments
Dave Belson on Internet Reliability

Shane and Richard Discuss DoH and the TPI Aspen Forum

Shane and Richard survey current Internet policy issues

42 MINSEP 21
Comments
Shane and Richard Discuss DoH and the TPI Aspen Forum

Stacie Hoffman on DoH

In this podcast, DNS expert Stacie Hoffman explains issues with new Internet protocol known as DNS over HTTPS (DoH.) This dubious piece of work creates a number of operational vulnerabilities...

38 MINAUG 27
Comments
Stacie Hoffman on DoH

Harold Furchgott-Roth on mmWave and Economics in Policy Making

In this podcast, Furchgott-Roth discusses the book, his roles in Congress and at the FCC, the current controversy over 5G mmWave interference, and the role of the World Radio Conference in setting standards for spectrum use around the world.

30 MINJUL 17
Comments
Harold Furchgott-Roth on mmWave and Economics in Policy Making

Huawei in a White Box: Podcast

While first-wave 5G small cells will rely on specialized switches, the second wave will use generic hardware and open source software. When the second wave hits the streets, the fears about the Chinese government taking over an import part of the telecom sector will become moot.

31 MINMAY 10
Comments
Huawei in a White Box: Podcast

To Nationalize or Not; and What About the Trade Commission?

The 5G buildout is hampered on some areas by extortionate rents on small cell sites. These fees are driven the need of some municipalities - such as San Jose, California - to raise money for pension costs. While we're sympathetic to retirees, there are ways to meet these needs without wrecking the technology sector.

37 MINMAR 7
Comments
To Nationalize or Not; and What About the Trade Commission?

ITS Director Keith Gremban on 5G Propagation

Costs of deployment for new networking technologies tend to decline over time as we learn how to avoid unnecessary redundancies. Deployment costs of fiber-to-the-home networks declined to about 20% of initial levels over the first three years of deployment.

38 MIN2018 OCT 11
Comments
ITS Director Keith Gremban on 5G Propagation

Shane and Richard on Wi-Fi, Security, and Europe

In this edition of the podcast, Shane and Richard talk about setting up a Wi-Fi network for optimal security and performance, recent developments in security, and what's going on in Europe with copyright enforcement and privacy.

40 MIN2018 SEP 25
Comments
Shane and Richard on Wi-Fi, Security, and Europe

FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly on 5G

FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly joined us for a High Tech Forum podcast this week to bring us up-to-date on FCC issues such as 5G, broadband deployment, mid-band spectrum, and the...

42 MIN2018 JUN 28
Comments
FCC Commissioner Mike O’Rielly on 5G

FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr on 5G

This edition of the podcast features Commissioner Brendan Carr, the FCC’s 5G champion. Carr was promoted from Chief Counsel to Commissioner in August. Since his swearing-in he’s taken up the...

21 MIN2018 MAY 3
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FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr on 5G
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