DragonWave makes pseudowire purchase; AlcaLu to demo LTE public-safety network

> DragonWave has purchased pseudowire vendor Axerra Networks for $9.5 million, giving the backhaul company a product set that handles legacy TDM and packet traffic across a single packet-based network in a standardized way. Article

> Colombian telecoms operator UNE EPM has planned to launch LTE services in three or four large cities during the second half of next year. Article

> Tata Elxsi has announced the availability of its optimized LTE Femto/Pico eNodeB solution compliant to 3GPP Release 8 and Femto Forum specifications. Article

> The Android IM app that brought T-Mobile's network to its knees. Editorial

> Alcatel-Lucent plans to demonstrate LTE on public safety's 700 MHz spectrum. Article

And Finally... Wisconsin police say a 25-year-old woman's search for her stolen wedding dress helped solve several other burglaries as well. Article

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