Gigabit Libraries Network to hold TV white space trials in 6 states; FirstNet general manager says 'everything is on the table' for potential business models

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> The Gigabit Libraries Network announced TV white space trials for libraries in six states. Release

> Gogo's Aircell unveiled in-flight calling and texting for smartphones via Wi-Fi. Release

> Radisys and Telum announced their integration of an eNodeB in Russia with a compact evolved packet core in California. Release

> Advanced Wireless Group's Wi-Fi services at Los Angeles International Airport surpassed 1 million public Wi-Fi sessions during July. Release

> FirstNet's general manager said "everything is on the table" regarding potential business models. Article

> Sao Paulo, Brazil, is considering a WiMAX system. Article

Also noted… A frustrated fan bought the Australian TV rights for Ireland's World Cup qualifier. Article

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