CableLabs to open SDN/NFV interoperability lab; ETSI releases mobile edge computing specs

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Four tech coalitions representing major companies like Apple, Google and Facebook have written an open letter to Senators Richard Burr (R-NC) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), expressing their "deep concerns" over a bill that would require smartphone makers to decrypt data on demand for law enforcement agencies. The Verge article

> CableLabs CEO Phil McKinney announced the organization will open an SDN/NFV interoperability laboratory open to all network operators and equipment vendors, not just cable companies and their suppliers. Light Reading article

> In the wake of the European Commission (EC) filing formal objections against Android and the "abuse" of its dominant position in Europe, Google has wasted little time in posting its own response. Venture Beat article

> EMC Corp. became the third old-guard tech company in three days to report disappointing results stemming from the industry's rapid shift to new ways of computing. Wall Street Journal article

> ETSI Mobile Edge Computing Industry Specification Group (MEC ISG) released three foundation-level Group Specifications which define mobile edge computing terminology, study technical requirements and use cases, and specify the framework and reference architecture of MEC. Release

> Intel says it's not backing off its commitment to diversity despite announcing 12,000 layoffs. Venture Beat article

And finally… Researchers found that they could use ultrasonic signals to transfer data through meat at speeds up to 30 megabits per second. Article