ETSI NFV group releases White Paper No. 3; Royal Caribbean sponsors free Wi-Fi at NYC subway platforms

Wireless tech news from across the web: 

> Ericsson said it is now better positioned to assist companies through the minefield of mobility and cloud technologies after completing an acquisition of network software company Sentilla. Article

> The ETSI NFV Industry Specification Group (NFV ISG) released its third white paper providing an update on industry progress on network functions virtualization (NFV). White Paper # 3 (PDF)

> MobileIron and FireEye announced an integration that enables IT departments to take proactive security actions through the MobileIron platform in response to the mobile app threats identified by FireEye. Release

> Royal Caribbean is sponsoring free Wi-Fi at underground subway platforms in New York, coinciding with the Nov. 10 arrival of its first "smart ship," Quantum of the Seas. Article

> Thanks to research by Global Wireless Solutions, railway passengers can find out just how bad wireless service is on passenger trains for popular commuter routes in and out of London. Article

> Optus in Australia partnered with Nokia to launch TD-LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation on its 2300 MHz spectrum  in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide. Blog

> And finally… In its mock feud with the comedian, Google has a new answer about Stephen Colbert's height. Article

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