AT&T to deploy DAS, small cells at Disney parks; Wireless LAN market will expand 57 percent by 2017, says Dell'Oro

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> AT&T plans to deploy more than 25 distributed antenna systems (DAS) and 350 small cells at Disney World and Disneyland. Release

> American Cable Association pushes FCC to open 5 GHz band for Wi-Fi. Article

> SoftBank's Son demands government reconsider plan to award 2.5 GHz spectrum to KDDI. Article

> Huawei and ZTE split $1.6 billion network upgrade contract in Ethiopia. Article

> Accor Hotel chain standardizes on Ruckus Wi-Fi equipment. Article

> TV white space pilot aims to prove that 3 Mbps broadband is better than no broadband. Article

> Struggling Siemens announces profit warning, will lose CEO. Article

> Dell'Oro says wireless LAN market will expand 57 percent by 2017. Release

> Aruba Networks' 220 Series 802.11ac access points receive certification from Wi-Fi Alliance. Release

And finally… A 33 lb. fungus is in the running for title of "world's biggest mushroom." Article

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