News of Note—Ruckus achieves CBRS certification; Telstra’s 5G plans and more

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Here are some other stories we're following today:

> Ruckus Networks, an Arris company, announced it is the first technology provider to achieve FCC certification for CBRS, covering Ruckus’ entire portfolio of 3.5 GHz access points. Release

> Telstra’s CEO laid out the company’s 5G plans as more than 600 delegates from the 3GPP meet in the Gold Coast in Australia this week. Mobile World Live article

> President Trump called on Apple to manufacture iPhones in the United States. MWL article

> Sprint and Nokia said they tested a 5G NR connection over massive MIMO technology. Release

> Verizon received top marks in P3's latest network tests. PDF report

> A new reports investigates AT&T's new approach to selling phones through retail outlets, including pop-up stores. Dallas Morning News article

> T-Mobile said its 600 MHz services are live in more than 1,000 cities and towns. Release

> Rohde & Schwarz launched what it’s calling the world’s first commercially available 5G New Radio network measurement solution. Release

> Samsung officially opened an artificial intelligence research center in New York City that will specialize in robotics research. Mobile World Live article

> Huawei is expected to increase its market share with the introduction of a new chip. EE Times article


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