Broadcom to take on Qualcomm with LTE chips; FCC could attempt to regulate usage-based broadband pricing

Quick news from around the Web.

> Broadcom to take on Qualcomm with LTE chips next year. Article

> Red Lion Control's M2M routers certified by Bell Mobility LTE network. Release

> Ericsson: Carriers are in early stages of moving OSS/BSS to the cloud. Article

> Telenor Norway opens LTE to mobile phones. Article

> FCC could attempt to regulate usage-based broadband pricing. Article

And finally… That's reassuring: U.S. government promises world won't end on Dec. 21. Article

Suggested Articles

The FCC gave the OK for Spectrum Access Systems (SASs) operated by Google, Federated Wireless, CommScope, Amdocs and Sony to begin their initial commercial…

The Wi-Fi Alliance announced that its Wi-Fi Certified 6 certification program is now available.

If its merger with Sprint doesn’t go through, T-Mobile could still use spectrum in the 2.5 GHz band—of the EBS variety.