European regulators back "fewer and stronger" operators; NTT DoCoMo has brought LTE to the peak of Mount Fuji

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> Survey: Rise of VoLTE will impact operator IMS strategies. Release

> European regulators increasingly back the idea of "fewer and stronger" operators. Article

> SK Telecom signs 150,000 LTE-A subs in two weeks, while LG+ plans its LTE-A upgrade. Article

> Dialogic says its BorderNet Virtualized Session Border Controller accelerates carrier migration strategy toward the cloud and NFV. Release

> O2 adds UK fiber backhaul capacity from Virgin Media Business ahead of its LTE launch. Article

> NTT DoCoMo has brought LTE to the peak of Mount Fuji. Article

And finally… Remains of a 15th century hospital once used to treat plague victims have been found in the basement of Apple's new store in Madrid. Article

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