FirstNet review committee's initial report is nearing completion; Oceanic Time Warner Cable rolled out free Wi-Fi in Hawaii

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> Brocade lays off 300 employees as it focuses on SDNs. Article

> The FirstNet review committee's initial report is nearing completion. Article

> AT&T used a COLT to restore cell service in flooded Estes Park, Colo. Release

> ABI expects more chipmakers to exit mobile device market. Release

> Hawaii's Oceanic Time Warner Cable rolled out TWC Wi-Fi for its Internet customers. Release

> Ericsson wants students to envision mobile and broadband solutions to urbanization's woes. Release

And finally… A Google Street View driver unintentionally made the case for self-driving cars after slamming into two buses and a truck. Article

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