News of Note—CableLabs’ summer conference; Agile’s TV white spaces effort; Qualcomm’s settlement in Taiwan and more

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Agile Networks said it would deploy internet services to 110,000 people in Ohio partly through TV white space spectrum and Microsoft’s Airband initiative. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we’re following today:

> At its summer conference, CableLabs released its latest look at what it believes is the future of cable networks. S&P article

> Agile Networks said it would deploy internet services to 110,000 people in Ohio partly through TV white space spectrum and Microsoft’s Airband initiative. Release

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> Opanga Networks released its latest version of its Radio Aware (v)EPC software technologies. Release

> Qualcomm said it reached an agreement with a Taiwanese regulator that addresses an anti-competition investigation and possible fine. MWL article

> VMware said it acquired the technology and team of Dell EMC Service Assurance Suite from Dell EMC, which the company said will allow it to add the Dell EMC Service Assurance Suite technology to its VMware Telco NFV portfolio. FierceTelecom article

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