Cablevision installing dual-SSID gateways; Cisco losing an Internet of Things expert

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Cablevision is installing dual-SSID gateways to turn home Wi-Fi networks into pubic hotspots. Article

> Qualcomm Chairman Paul Jacobs received a one-time equity grant of restricted stock units valued at $45 million. Article

> DoCoMo is taking on six partners to tackle 5G. Article

 > Utilities in Canada want access to 700 MHz public-safety spectrum. Article

> Cisco is losing Guido Jouret, an Internet of Things expert. Article

> Boingo Wireless is being pressured to provide free Wi-Fi in NYC-area airports. Article

And finally… Intellicheck Mobilisa released the Fugitive Finder smartphone app, but only law enforcement personnel can get it. Release

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