Open Interconnect Consortium adds 15 members; Vodafone Hutchison deploys Amdocs' SON in Australia

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> The Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) introduced 15 companies as its newest members. Release

> Truly Wireless wants to shake up the way traditional business lines work, but it's not pushing Voice over IP (VoIP). Article

> Galileo's fifth satellite, recently salvaged from the wrong orbit to begin navigation testing, has been combined with three predecessors to provide its first position fix. Article

> Vodafone Hutchison Australia has deployed Amdocs' self-optimizing networks solution to improve its coverage and customer experience across Australia. Release

> Ultra low power (ULP) RF specialist Nordic Semiconductor ASA launched its nRF51 IoT (Internet of Things) Software Development Kit, an IPv6-ready Internet Protocol Suite for Nordic's nRF51 Series of Systems-on-Chip. Release

> The Open Platform for NFV (OPNFV) recaps the progress it has made in its first 90 days. Blog

> The Skype Translator preview is currently available for download, offering Windows users the ability to voice chat with each other using two different languages. Article

> Find Me 911 coalition makes its case in opposition to cellular carriers' indoor 911 location proposal. Article

And finally… Hold the phone: There may actually be life on Mars, according to Curiosity's new methane data. Article

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