Huawei, Ericsson top Infonetics' policy management scorecard; NewCore Wireless will host LTE networks for two rural service providers

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> New York is seeking proposals for a citywide Wi-Fi network. Article

> Huawei and Ericsson top Infonetics' policy management scorecard, but Oracle and Amdocs may challenge the leaders. Release

> Lumos Networks reported that its fiber-to-the-cell site (FTTC) business added 633 sites in the first quarter. Article

> ATIS tackles HTTP 2.0 opportunities with creation of Open Web Alliance. Article

> A survey showed that 26 percent of feature-phone customers planning to get their first smartphone intend to change carriers too. Article

> SK Telecom is close to commercializing its three-band LTE Advanced network, which can deliver up to 300 Mbps. Release

> An Ericsson-commissioned study shows capital investment boosts network performance. Release

> NewCore Wireless will host LTE networks for Illinois Valley Cellular as well as Mid-Rivers Communications in Eastern and Central Montana. Release

> Nearly 500 operators have committed to deploy LTE in 150 countries. Release

> And finally… The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) is seeking code-breakers via a coded tweet. Article

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