AT&T builds on Network On Demand platform; Bank of America Stadium to unveil souped-up Wi-Fi

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> AT&T has built further upon its Network On Demand platform with the launch of Network Functions On Demand. Light Reading article

> Ligado Networks requested that the FCC grant a three-week extension from July 21 until Aug. 11, 2016, for filing comments on a proposed rulemaking to allocate the 1675-1680 MHz band for terrestrial mobile use shared with federal use. FCC filing (PDF)

> Bank of America Stadium will unveil a souped-up Wi-Fi network on July 30 when the Champions Cup Soccer tournament comes to Charlotte, North Carolina. Release

> Having dominated the mobile world for some time, ARM – the company whose CPU design is in Apple's iPhone – is now going after the fastest computers in the world. PC World article

> Is Wi-Fi, finally, "fast enough?" The answer, unsurprisingly, is pretty complicated. Network World analysis

> FCC commissioners call for help from Congress to make next-gen 911 deployments a reality. IWCE's Urgent Communications article

> Comcast's Internet Essentials program for low-income families has been expanded to make about 1.3 million additional households eligible. Ars Technica article

And finally… It's confirmed: Jeff Bezos appears in the new Star Trek movie, playing a "Starfleet Official." Recode article