News of Note—Nokia’s 5G loan; WLAN market growth and more

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Nokia signed a $582 million loan transaction for 5G. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Nokia signed a $582 million loan transaction with the European Investment Bank to further accelerate its research and development of 5G. Release

> WLAN market revenue will grow to $18.2 billion by 2022, according to Dell’Oro Group. Release

> Indian telecommunications firm Bharti Airtel expects to launch a narrowband internet of things network in the country in the short term. RCR article

> Sprint announced a new chief of human resources, Deeanne King. Release 

> A new report highlights what Apple might announce in its next iPhone release. Bloomberg article 

> The CBRS Alliance has set its first interoperability test to take place this week at the CableLabs facilities in Louisville, Colorado. Light Reading article

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