News of Note—Globalstar joins SIA; Nokia’s enterprise growth and more

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Nokia's enterprise business is now growing at a rate of 18% each year. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> The Satellite Industry Association announced that Globalstar is the latest company to join SIA. Release

> Nokia's fledgling enterprise business is now growing at a rate of 18% each year, ahead of Nokia's 13% growth forecast for the entire addressable market over the next five years. Light Reading article


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> Blockchain technology startup Ripple Labs confirmed that it hired Amir Sarhangi, who had been leading Google’s rollout of a new wireless messaging system, as vice president of products. Reuters article

> Twilio's 2018 Signal event had a lot to offer the IoT world, with two new additions to its Programmable Wireless family. ZDNet article

> Venture Beat's Kyle Wiggers explains why Android Nearby, iBeacons, and Eddystone failed to gain traction. Venture Beat article

> T-Mobile’s 5G tech experience truck is now in New York. Release

> According to device trade-in company Hyla Mobile, today’s customers are holding on to their phones for 2.83 years, up from 2.39 years roughly two years ago. WSJ article

> AT&T and Verizon plan to sell the new Red Hydrogen One smartphone for $1,295. Phone Scoop article

> The state of California is putting its plans to implement new net neutrality guidelines on hold pending the outcome of a federal lawsuit on the issue. Variety article

> Apple owes Qualcomm $7 billion in royalty payments, Qualcomm said. Reuters article


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