News of Note—Nokia expands small-cell equipment offering; Huawei to reveal flagship smartphone next month

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Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> Nokia revealed a compact millimeter wave radio and a 5G pico remote radio head for its AirScale Indoor Radio System. Release

> Huawei plans to reveals its upcoming flagship smartphones, including devices in the P30 Series, at an event in Paris next month. Tweet

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> Ericsson has been tapped to supply 5G equipment for Vodafone Idea Limited’s network in India. Release

> Telefonica Spain is expanding its partnership with Juniper Networks for three years to increase capacity and simplify its Fusion Network. Release

> Qualcomm is asking U.S. trade regulators to reverse a judge’s ruling and impose a ban on the import of some iPhones. Reuters article

> Orange and NTT inked a new research and development partnership to collaborate on advancements around 5G, network transformation, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and IoT. Mobile World Live article

> Phoenix Tower International reached an agreement with Uniti Group to acquire 500 wireless communication towers in Mexico, Colombia and Nicaragua. Release

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