Japan's KDDI trialing 3G femotcells; NEC adds SON to LTE product family

> Japan's KDDI announced plans to trial 3G CDMA femtocells in March using equipment from Airvana and Hitachi. Article

> NEC has expanded its LTE equipment family with a self-organizing network system from Actix. Article

> Camiant announced its PCRF (Policy and Charging Rules Function) deployments have surpassed the 185 million-subscriber milestone with its Multimedia Policy Engine (MPE). It said more than 30 operators globally have selected its policy control solution for dynamic management of broadband networks. Release

> LG Electronics says it will be the first to have an LTE device certified and up and running in Japan. Article

And Finally... A New York driver faces a $135 traffic fine for using a mannequin as her plus-one in the high-occupancy lane of the Long Island Expressway. Article

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