China's Busap plans to deploy 100,000 additional Wi-Fi hotspots inside buses; DragonWave will provide microwave backhaul connectivity for Gogo

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> Busap plans to deploy 100,000 additional Wi-Fi hotspots inside public buses around China. Article

> NPD said U.S. smartphone penetration has reached 60 percent. Article

> Cisco, Juniper, Alcatel-Lucent and Huawei were named top router/switch vendors by carriers in a recent Infonetics survey. Release

> Celeno rolled out its OptimizAir 2.0 airtime management suite for Wi-Fi. Release

> U.K. telecom regulator Ofcom approved plans for satellite-based earth stations to deliver fast broadband airlines and other transport operators. Article

> Small cell and carrier Wi-Fi investments will reach $4 billion in 2015, says report. Release

> DragonWave will provide microwave backhaul connectivity for Gogo's inflight Wi-Fi and infotainment service. Release

And finally… Belgium gripped by theft of mayor's undies from anarchist museum. Article

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