ARM branching out beyond the smartphone to run networks; Anite claims industry leading peak data rates for LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation

Quick news from around the Web.

> ARM branching out beyond the smartphone to run networks. Article

> Huawei unveils second-generation traffic management solution. Release

> Agilent and University of Washington to build RF and microwave teaching lab. Release

> FirstNet names members of public safety advisory committee. Release

> Australia's indoo.rs picks up six-figure funding to develop in-building location tech. Article

> Anite claims industry leading peak data rates for LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation. Release

And finally… "I chase him, I bite him"... the crime report written by a police dog. Article

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