FCC Wireless chief claims there is still no industry consensus on 600 MHz band plan; Seven Networks, Intel to collaborate on mobile network technologies

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> FCC Wireless chief claims there is still no industry consensus on 600 MHz band plan. Article

> NEC, DoCoMo separately announce diminutive LTE network gear initiatives. Article

> Bangladesh's mobile networks are prevented from deploying their own Wi-Fi hotspots, slowing widespread rollout. Article

> Test and measurement company Spirent announced support for OpenFlow 1.3 to help advance testing of SDN controllers and switches. Release

> Russia's MTS will deploy Ericsson LTE network gear under a three-year pact. Article

> Seven Networks and Intel said they are collaborating on mobile network technologies. Release

And finally… The mystery of Manhattan's pay phone graveyard is explained. Article

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