Ericsson, Globecomm crow about their rural U.S. LTE contracts; Quantenna claims 802.11ac Wi-Fi chip can support throughputs up to 1.3 Gbps.

Quick news from around the Web.

> Ericsson, Globecomm crow about their rural U.S. LTE contracts. Article

> China Mobile expects to initiate a large-scale consumer TD-LTE trial during June in Shanghai. Article

> Verizon turns to primary radio access network (RAN) vendors, Alcatel-Lucent and Ericsson, for small cells. Article

> Ex-Cisco exec McCool lands at wireless mesh networking firm Firetide as CEO. Article

> T-Mobile LTE signals reported across Los Angeles area as network is readied for late-May-early June launch. Article

> Aptilo service management helps Oi exploit excess Wi-Fi capacity in homes and businesses by adding SSID for public Wi-Fi service. Release

> Quantenna Communications claims its newest 802.11ac Wi-Fi chip can support usable throughputs of up to 1.3 Gbps. Article

And finally… Please, no texting while shooting: Firm unveils Apple iPhone tactical rifle adapter and app. Article

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