Broadcom to incorporate NextNav into its platforms; NEC cuts down on network pinging traffic

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> China Mobile's TD-LTE equipment order is said to be worth $3.2 billion. Article

> Broadcom will incorporate NextNav technology into its GNSS connectivity and mobility platforms. Release

> Traffic optimization saves carriers $33 per 4G device over two years, according to Senza Fili whitepaper. Release

> Cisco may be thinking too small in its new Internet of Everything study. Article

> NEC says its new technology cuts down on network pinging traffic. Article

> Aricent and Broadcom are collaborating on carrier-grade mobile backhaul reference framework. Release

> A secret NSA project gathered American cell phone location data. Article

And finally… A New Zealand company has created a real jetpack you'll be able to buy in two years. Article

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