BT completes test using G.fast tech to deliver C-RAN; Verizon certifies Cat 1 LTE module from Gemalto

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Verizon will test LTE-U small cells from enterprise small cell provider SpiderCloud. Light Reading article

> Cisco warned of serious flaws it found in an Internet-connected thermostat control, which it said are typical among products of vendors who aren't well-versed in network security. Tech Hive article

> BT says it has successfully completed a test using G.fast technology to deliver Cloud Radio Access Network (C-RAN) cellular network service over copper. Wireless Week article

> Gemalto received certification of its Cinterio Cat 1 LTE M2M module from Verizon, which deems the Internet of Things optimized module carrier grade. RCR Wireless article

> Facebook is looking at millimeter wave to power free Internet. Engadget article

> Vasona Networks announced the Vasona SmartAIR Edge Services Platform (SmartAIR ESP). Release

> iPass' initiative to track access points in real time has identified 31 million unique access point locations across the globe. Release

> Ceragon will showcase at Mobile World Congress 2016 its 5G wireless backhaul technologies aimed at improving operational efficiency and enhancing end customers' quality of experience. Release

And finally… In an interview with CBS' Gayle King, the Obamas say the White House Wi-Fi needs an upgrade. Article

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