Analyst Craig Moffett says the AT&T-DirecTV deal will get done; Huawei is pushing an enterprise LTE (eLTE) broadband trunking solution

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> Analyst Craig Moffett said the AT&T-DirecTV deal will get done, but not without regulatory "perspiration."  Article

> Alcatel-Lucent is in talks to sell its cybersecurity division to Thales. Article

> Toronto-based iSign Media received a U.S. patent for its "method and system for out-of-home proximity marketing and for delivering awareness information." Release

> Telenor selected Nokia for a five-year global framework agreement in Europe and Asia. Release

> Lincoln, Neb., is using Ruckus Wireless' Smart Access Management service (SAMs) for a  cloud-based municipal outdoor public Wi-Fi access service. Release

> Huawei is pushing an enterprise LTE (eLTE) broadband trunking solution for public safety, utilities and transportation. Release

> Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco and Juniper's router revenues declined sequentially but rose year over year, says ACG Research. Article

And finally… A crocodile was injured by a falling accountant during a circus bus accident in Russia. Article

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