Huawei intends to invest $600M on 5G; Ceragon announces SDN-ready wireless platform for HetNet backhaul, fronthaul

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> Huawei intends to invest at least $600 million on 5G over the next four years. Article

> Japan's UQ Communications launched a WiMAX 2+ network. Article

> Firetide's wireless mesh network enabled surveillance at the New York Marathon. Blog post

> Nokia Solutions and Networks and China Mobile Research Institute expanded their research partnership for LTE and 5G. Release

> Ceragon Networks released an SDN-ready wireless platform for HetNet backhaul and fronthaul. Release

> More than half of Asia's population will be covered by LTE-TDD by 2018, says ABI Research. Release

And finally… Police dogs will get pensions upon their retirement. Article

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