Goodman Networks files for $100M IPO; Gilstrap to leave Ericsson

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> Ericsson said it is currently seeking a replacement for Douglas Gilstrap, the company's senior VP and global head of strategy, who will leave the company Aug. 1. Release

> Goodman Networks filed for a $100 million initial public offering. The company counts AT&T, Verizon Wireless and others as customers. Article

> The number of airplanes with Wi-Fi and/or cellular service is expected to triple during the next 10 years, to 14,000. Article

> Safaricom in Africa is testing a service that includes installing free Wi-Fi onto local buses. Article

> Google is testing a technology that would track users' shopping trips in the real world with their Internet behaviors. Article

> According to Goldman Sachs, Cisco is the Apple of SDN, while VMware is the Google of SDN. Article

> xG Technology announced a product testing agreement with Autonomous University in Mexico. Release

> Movea SA is partnering with Tronics Microsystems SA, along with two research institutes, to develop technology that would be able to provide location information without satellites. Article

And finally… T-Mobile is working to end overages. Article

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