Huawei launches NB-IoT solution; Federated Wireless teams with Telrad on spectrum management

More wireless tech news from across the web:

> Japan's NTT DoCoMo said it expects its Premium 4G LTE service to reach speeds of up to 500 Mbps in 2017. RCR Wireless article

> Huawei launched its end-to-end Narrow-band IoT (NB-IoT) solution to help global operators expand their IoT services into new markets. Release

> Ying Weimin, president of R&D at Huawei's wireless network product line, argued in favor of a step-by-step approach to achieving a 2020 launch date for 5G. Mobile World Live article

> Ovum estimated that 5G services will be available in more than 20 markets worldwide by the end of 2021. Release

> Federated Wireless and Telrad Networks are teaming up to create a 3.65 GHz Spectrum Management Solution. Release

> Researchers at Disney Research and ETH Zurich have demonstrated the addition of position finding to the use of LED bulbs to both illuminate a room and provide a communications link in that room. EE Times article

> Two-way text-messaging functionality from Rave Mobile Safety's Smart911 platform is helping public-safety answering points (PSAPs) address the growing issue of abandoned emergency calls with greater efficiency. IWCE's Urgent Communications article

And finally… LG's flexible pressure sensors could help chairs adjust themselves. The Verge article


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