News of Note—Verizon's NGPON2; T-Mobile's Sprint merger; Sprint's SD-WAN expansion and more

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Sprint said it expanded its SD-WAN service worldwide. (Pixabay)

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> T-Mobile shareholders voted to approve the company's proposed merger with Sprint. Release

> China's ZTE released new phones into the U.S. market. PhoneScoop article

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> AT&T and Daimler Trucks North America said they are taking wireless connectivity for DTNA's heavy-duty trucks outside North America for the first time. Release

> Verizon said it achieved consistent, symmetrical customer usable speeds of 8 Gbps on its network in Tampa using NGPON2 technology on Calix’s AXOS platform. Release

> Sprint said it expanded its SD-WAN service worldwide. Release

>  Viavi Solutions released its new TeraVM 5G Core Emulator solution, "the first mobile core emulator compliant with 3GPP standards, empowering faster 5G network development and deployment," the company said. Release

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