Globalstar refutes arguments by Kerrisdale; TI gets Wi-Fi certified at chip level

Wireless tech news from around the web: 

> Santa Clara, Calif.-based Marvell is expanding into the market for network search engine chips with a product that can juggle 8 million simultaneous streams. Article

> 4G Americas published a white paper on one of the key commercially deployed features of LTE-Advanced technologies titled, "LTE Carrier Aggregation Technology Development and Deployment Worldwide."  Release

> The European Commission and Japan announced the launch of four research projects aimed at developing new technologies to deploy high-speed networks in highly-dense user areas. Article

> Globalstar issued a statement disputing allegations made by Kerrisdale Capital and reiterating the satellite company's confidence in its ability to capitalize  on terrestrial low power service (TLPS). Release

> T-Mobile US upgraded parts of its 2G GSM network with enhanced encryption technology, which could provide a stronger defense against government eavesdropping and other network intrusions. Article

> Quantenna Communications and SoftAtHome announced a partnership  to deliver the next generation of wireless home networks. Release

> Texas Instruments (TI) says its SimpleLink Wi-Fi  CC3100 and CC3200 devices, designed for the Internet of Things (IoT), are now Wi-Fi Certified at the chip level. Release

> And finally… Christian Bale will star as late Apple CEO Steve Jobs in the upcoming biopic from director Danny Boyle. Article

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