AT&T is "exploring the possibility" of LTE Broadcast with eMBMS; SK Telecom, NSN used Uplink CoMP to boost LTE upload speeds

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> AT&T is "exploring the possibility" of LTE Broadcast with eMBMS. Article

> Intel announced a "Smart Device Innovation Center" and $100 million investment fund as part of a push into China. Article

> Mobile packet core spending will total $18 billion through 2017, ABI said. Release

> Mercury Networks acquired the Quantum WiMAX product line from PureWave Networks. Release

> SDN and NFV are moving from the lab to field trials, Infonetics survey shows. Release

> U.K. startup Nujira raised $20 million to boost its envelope tracking technology for smartphones. Article

> Imagination is touting its MIPS-based platform for wearables and the Internet of Things. Article

> FirstNet is hiring a management and program analyst to act as a team leader in its new Boulder, Colo., office. Website

> The Defense Department is seeking better ways to access and use electromagnetic spectrum. Article

> Industry groups blasted EU net neutrality proposals. Article

> Sequans said its chips will be used in two TD-LTE devices supporting China Telecom's commercial launch. Release

> SK Telecom and NSN used Uplink Cooperative Multi Point (CoMP) to boost LTE upload speeds. Article

And finally… Google Street View now provides close-up images of Cambodia's Angkor Wat temple and some 100 surrounding sites. Article

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