News of Note—Huawei and Samsung settle patent dispute; plus more

News of note
Airtel in India selects Nokia's Nuage for data center automation (Pexels)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

>Huawei and Samsung agreed to settle their patent dispute over cellular technology in U.S. court. Reuters

> Nokia and the Saudi Arabian telecommunications company Dawiyat Integrated signed an agreement on multiple initiatives to develop an Industry 4.0 ecosystem in Saudi Arabia. Release

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> Airtel will use Nokia's Nuage Networks solution for data center automation in India. Release

> The Broadband Forum released a home Wi-Fi performance testing standard, defining carrier-class premium Wi-Fi experience. Release

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