NSN tests OSC with MediaTek; Rogers, Videotron to jointly build LTE network

Quick news from around the Web.

> Nokia Siemens Networks said it has successfully tested Orthogonal Sub-Channel (OSC) support for Voice services over Adaptive Multi-user channels on One Slot (VAMOS) handsets with the mobile chipsets provided by MediaTek. Release

> Verizon Wireless will join AT&T Mobility on the distributed antenna system (DAS) that the American Tower built in Martha's Vineyard. Article

> Malaysian operator DiGi Telecommunications will use Ericsson's M2M Device Connection Platform. Article

> Canada's Rogers and Videotron will jointly build an LTE network in Québec and Ottawa. Article

> Auto makers are urging the FCC to require additional testing of a system that would allow unlicensed Wi-Fi devices to share spectrum with connected vehicles. Article

> AT&T expanded its LTE network to additional markets. Article

> Oil States International announced it will use mobile infrastructure from Aruba Networks. Release

> Marvell said it released a quad-core 5-mode category 4 LTE single-chip solution. Release

And finally… Apple's new iPod touch… doesn't have a rear-facing camera. Article

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