Google patents contact lens as ID device; Anite introduces CoMP in device test solutions

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Comtrend Corporation is using Celeno Communications' Wi-Fi chipsets and smart Wi-Fi technology OptimizAIR 2.0 to power its G.hn Powerline Wi-Fi Extenders. Release

> Google has patented a technology that employs the contact lens as an identification device. Article

> The telematics sector will continue to outperform all other M2M markets over the next five years, in revenue terms, with one in five passenger vehicles connected globally by 2019, according to Juniper Research. Release

> Anite introduced support for Coordinated Multipoint (CoMP) in its interoperability, performance and conformance device test solutions SAS and Conformance Toolset. Release

> China Mobile Shanghai selected Nokia Networks to implement its TD-LTE Advanced HetNet solution at Auto Shanghai 2015 at the China Expo Complex. Release

> Cuba is installing public Wi-Fi zones in the cities of Guantanamo and Baracoa. Article

> India's Department of Telecommunications will seek cabinet approval for its spectrum sharing and trading policy by the end of June. Article

And finally… The new 802.11ad standard, previously WiGig, stands to become the fastest Wi-Fi ever. Article

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