NTIA releases technical analysis for 3550-3650 MHz spectrum sharing; Taj Mahal gets free Wi-Fi

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) released a report that provides the technical analysis supporting spectrum sharing in the 3550-3650 MHz band. Release

> Barefoot Networks CEO Martin Izzard shared his company's goals during a panel at the Open Networking Summit. SDxCentral article

> Could federal-procurement rules result in FirstNet getting "snookered" in a deal with partners? IWCE's Urgent Matters commentary

> Facebook's new photo app won't launch in Europe because of facial recognition. The Verge article

> European regulators spell out demands in antitrust case against Google. Venture Beat article

> As Twitter seeks to replace Dick Costolo, who plans to step down July 1, it could face significant challenges attracting outside candidates. The New York Times article (sub. req.)

> LPWA, changing regulation and changing market dynamics are the main factors in changing global M2M forecasts. M2M WorldNews article

> The Taj Mahal, India's most famous monument, just got free Wi-Fi. The Wall Street Journal article (sub. req.)

And finally… Why organizations looking at a Wi-Fi deployment or upgrade should take a serious look at 802.11AC Wave 2. Network World commentary

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