IEEE seeks input on IEEE P802.16r for small cell backhaul; Boingo to provide roaming and data offload solutions to NTT Docomo

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> IEEE seeks input on IEEE P802.16r for small cell backhaul. Article

> Virgin Media rolls out Wi-Fi at 20 more London Underground stations. Article

> NewCore Wireless selects Ericsson for LTE network. Release

> Richardson, Texas, deploys Alvarion 4.9 GHz broadband solution for Smart City Network. Release

> Boingo to provide roaming and data offload solutions to NTT Docomo. Release

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