Cellular network jams spur rise of MIMO Wi-Fi in smartphones, says IHS; Cellwize says it has an NFV-ready SON solution

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Cellular network jams are spurring the rise of MIMO Wi-Fi technology in smartphones, according to IHS Technology. Release

> UK Broadband's Relish service is offering home or office Wi-Fi coverage combined with access to the operator's TD-LTE infrastructure. Article

> SON technology provider Reverb Networks partnered with Guavus, a provider of big data analytics solutions. Release

> Comcast's dual-signal gateway for businesses will expand its Wi-Fi footprint. Article

> And Time Warner Cable Business Class will make similar gains by offering its TWC WiFi Hotspot solution at no extra charge to business Internet customers. Release

> Cellwize announced what it says is an NFV-ready SON solution. Release

> Spirent unveiled an automotive Ethernet test solution that supports the BroadR-Reach industry standard for the connected car market. Release

 And finally… A Texas woman is being investigated for allegedly slapping her sister-in-law in the face with a dead catfish. Article

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