IEEE honors NYU researchers for breakthrough wireless tech paper; Freescale rolls out chips with Qi

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> The GSMA outlined two different interpretations of 5G in an effort to drive the standardization and commercial deployment of the next-generation network technology. Article

> IEEE honored NYU researchers for their breakthrough paper on new wireless technology. Release

> NetComm Wireless Limited announced a distribution agreement with SPHINX Computer Vertriebs GmbH to deliver a range of machine-to-machine (M2M) products to key vertical markets. Release

> IEEE GlobeCom: Internet of Things disruption is just beginning. Article

> Amped Wireless announced the latest upgrade in its Wi-Fi router family, the RTA1200. Release

> Freescale is rolling out a new set of receivers and transmitters that are the first to handle up to 15W using the Qi technology defined by the Wireless Power Consortium. Article

> American University of Sharjah (AUS) in the Middle East has selected Ruckus Wireless' Smart Wi-Fi products and technology for a campus-wide wireless infrastructure deployment. Release

> A new family of SoCs from Texas Instruments incorporates a low-power microcontroller with sensor interfaces alongside an NFC transponder to extend the technology's application range. Article

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