Huawei may generate more than $2B in LTE revenues; ExteNet Systems wins DAS contract for multiple AEG venues

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> Vodafone Netherlands chose SpiderCloud for enterprise in-building access. Article

> T-Mobile's CEO hit back after the Advertising Council advised it to modify its marketing claims. Article

> Huawei expects to generate more than $2 billion in LTE revenues this year. Article

 > Chicago wants to be a tech-fueled city. Article (.pdf)

> Nomad Digital won a Wi-Fi service contract for the new Eurostar fleet. Release

> Detroit airport launched its upgraded public Wi-Fi network. Release

> ExteNet Systems won a DAS contract for multiple AEG venues. Release

> GroundLink's car service in New York City is offering broadband connectivity via MVNO Karma's mobile hotspots. Article

And finally…. Phone company's ad may be one of the biggest tearjerkers ever. Article

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