CommScope IPO raises only $570M; SK Telecom passes 1 million LTE-A subscriber mark

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> CommScope's IPO raised about $570 million, rather than the $750 million the company hoped for. Article

> Sonics called out network-on-chip supplier Arteris regarding the latter's rumored sale to Qualcomm. Article

> Nominum said it can neutralize security threats that originate from within the mobile network itself. Release

> European regulators are still concerned about Huawei and ZTE receiving aid from China. Article

> Mobile device platforms are trending toward more integration despite Apple and Samsung skewing the market, says ABI. Release

 > Movistar Venezuela intends to deploy 1,000 Wi-Fi hotspots by 2016. Article

> SK Telecom has reached 1 million LTE Advanced subscribers. Article

And finally… The latest rainforest discoveries include a monkey that purrs like a cat. Article

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