Huawei, Ericsson wins Colombian LTE network; Cellcom to deploy femtocells in Wisconsin, Michigan

> ­Colombian mobile network UNE said it has awarded contracts to Huawei and Ericsson to deploy a LTE network. Article

> Tom Tauke, Verizon's executive vice president for policy, believes there are enough senators supporting network neutrality rule-blocking legislation to force a vote in the Senate, and said he expected that vote would happen, perhaps as early as the next few weeks. Article

> Cellcom, a mobile operator serving rural areas of Wisconsin and Michigan, announced that it plans to use a switching platform from Taqua to support a femtocell deployment. Article

And Finally... Two managers of a Domino's Pizza restaurant in north-central Florida have been charged with burning down a rival Papa John's location. Article

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