Nokia celebrates 150-year anniversary at NYSE; SUSE joins OPNFV

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> WiLAN and Vertu Corporation entered into a multi-year license agreement covering several technologies. Release

> Nokia celebrated its 150-year anniversary by ringing the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Blog

> The Karma will be GoPro's entry into the consumer drone market. The Verge article

> Air New Zealand turns to NFC to connect unaccompanied minors with parents or guardians. Network World article

> Ericsson has successfully deployed its next-generation unified network management system, Ericsson Network Manager (ENM), in Swisscom's LTE network. Release

> SUSE has joined the Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) project. Release

> Silver Spring Networks joined the increasingly crowded race to provide a wide-area wireless network for the Internet of Things. Starfish is a public version of the 900 MHz network the company developed initially for smart utility meters. EE Times article

> FirstNet named Jeff Bratcher, the organization's longtime deputy CTO and acting CTO, as the new permanent CTO. Urgent Communications article

> Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) went live with its OpenNFV Solution Portal, providing communications service providers access to a catalog of virtual network functions (VNFs) from HPE OpenNFV partners. SDXCentral article

And finally… An engineer used his machine learning degree to build a device to fight squirrels on a bird feeder. Article

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