Cisco CEO reveals big management reorg; M2M to reach 2.1B connections by 2022, study says

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Cisco CEO John Chambers revealed that the company ditched over 30 percent of its managers and that the reorganization affected 40 percent of its total employee base. Article

> A study from Strategy Analytics predicts machine-to-machine (M2M) connections will grow from 368 million in 2014 to 2.1 billion by 2022. Release

> Eero said it booked more than $100,000 in sales of its unconventional mesh-capable Wi-Fi router. Article

> LTE and LTE-A, VoLTE and HetNets, 802.11ac, NFV, IoT and 5G all will make significant advancements in 2015. Blog

> Ruckus Wireless, which has successfully tested Smart Wi-Fi technology with two of the biggest mobile operators in the United States, will demonstrate the technology at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. Article

> UK Prime Minister David Cameron has spoken: All trains in England and Wales will get free Wi-Fi by 2017. Article

> Google's spectrum engineering lead is looking into millimeter wave radios and beyond for future wireless technologies but believes that the technology 5G services will be based on already exists. Article

> The state of cruise ship Wi-Fi is still pricey, but getting better. Article

> Boise State now has access to eduroam, a network widely used among other universities. Article

And finally… SpaceX successfully landed a rocket in the ocean. Article


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