News of Note—NTT executive highlights role of LTE; TomTom sells telematics division and more

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TomTom has announced that it’s selling its telematics division. (Pixabay)

Here are some other stories we’re following today:

> At the European 5G Conference in Brussels, Takehiro Nakamura, SVP of 5G labs at NTT Docomo, highlighted the importance of setting realistic expectations for new network technologies and the continued pivotal role of LTE. Mobile World Live article

> TomTom has announced that it’s selling its telematics division to automotive giant Bridgestone Europe. VentureBeat article

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> Sigfox has waved goodbye to Christian Olivier, the man appointed president of its U.S. business last February, after he had spent less than a year in the role. Light Reading article

> Synchronoss Technologies announced that Rackspace will resell its Synchronoss Digital Experience Platform to the Rackspace global customer portfolio. Release

> Ten One Design announced the WiFi Porter, an NFC tag that lets guests connect their phones to a Wi-Fi network without needing its SSID or password. The Verge article

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