AT&T approves Sequans' Cat 1 LTE chipset; FirstNet RFP deadline approaches

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Sequans Communications announced that its Calliope Cat 1 LTE chipset platform has passed AT&T's ADAPT chipset validation program and is approved to operate on AT&T's 4G LTE network. Release

> Here's a guide to the Wi-Fi Alliance's new IoT spec, HaLow. Network World article

> Facebook wants advertisers buying mobile ads, not desktop ads. Re/code article

> Anticipation is increasing as the deadline for submitting FirstNet RFP proposals approaches. IWCE's Urgent Communications blog

> Oracle's lawyers made their final pitch to paint Google as a copyright outlaw, and the decision is now up to a 10-person jury. Ars Technica article

> Global unit shipments of smart city devices, which are internet-connected devices used in smart city projects, will increase from 115.4 million in 2015 to 1.2 billion in 2025, according to IHS. Release

> ANT Wireless announced it now connects more than 250 million devices across multiple platforms and diversified use case using ultra-low power. Release

> Software-defined wide-area networking (SD-WAN) provider Viptela announced a $75 million series C round of financing. SDX Central article

And finally… In a video interview from his home in Hawaii, Gordon Moore shared his views on the future of technology – and showed that at 87, the humble engineer can still laugh at himself. EE Times article

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