AT&T targets Gogo, others with plan to launch in-flight LTE by 2015; Mobilitie upgrading DAS at Churchill Downs

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> AT&T is targeting Gogo and others with a plan to launch in-flight LTE by 2015. Article

> China Mobile issued 100G optical equipment contracts to three vendors to support its TD-LTE network rollout. Article

> Huawei entered a five-year cooperation pact with the Technical University of Denmark and the University of Aalborg in Denmark. Article

> Huawei and Qualcomm Technologies achieved a 300 Mbps peak speed in an LTE Advanced Category 6 test. Release

> Wasteful apps on Alcatel-Lucent's watch list could go to the naughty list if they use too many network resources. Article

> Spirent and Bluetest have collaborated on MIMO Over-The-Air (OTA) throughput testing. Release

> Mobilitie is upgrading the multi-carrier distributed antenna system (DAS) at Churchill Downs. Release

And finally… Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students will each start the fall semester with $100 in bitcoin. Article

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