IDC says SDN market will be worth $8B by 2018; Mexia Interactive to deploy world's largest array of indoor sensors at Super Mobility Week

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> IDC says the worldwide software-defined networking market should reach $8 billion by 2018. Release

> Facebook is letting advertisers target ads based on a device's cell signal strength. Article

> Syniverse is seeking a new CEO as Jeff Gordon resigns. Article

> China Mobile commercially deployed Huawei's small, lightweight TD-LTE Easy Macro base station in Beijing. Release

> Anite and Global Wireless Solutions both rolled out upgraded network testing tools. Article

> Italy's Wi-Next will use Axiros' hosted solutions for the development of IoT applications in the cloud. Release

> Mexia Interactive said it will deploy the world's largest array of indoor sensors at Super Mobility Week. Release

And finally… Apple co-founder Steve "Woz" Wozniak isn't sure of the market for wearables, calling them "a hard sell." Article

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