Alcatel-Lucent, Sub 10 Systems sign pact; Chicago issues RFI for public Wi-Fi

Quick news from around the Web.

> Alcatel-Lucent signs supply and distribution pact for Sub 10 Systems millimeter-wave links. Article

> TE Connectivity announces a new family of higher power remote antenna units for in-building DAS. Release

> Harris Corporation introduces InTouch, the first rugged smartphone for public safety LTE networks. Release

> Urban Airship unveils location messaging service. Article

> FirstNet board seeks 700 MHz spectrum, chooses advisory committee. Article

> Chicago issues RFI for Wi-Fi access in parks, underserved neighborhoods. Article

And finally…Apple updates its website to no longer claim it has "the most powerful mapping service ever." Article

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