OpenDaylight Project introduces 4th open SDN platform release; Nokia acquires long-time partner Nakina

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Ericsson and Qualcomm Technologies demonstrated MulteFire at Mobile World Congress 2016 using the commercial Ericsson Radio Dot System running in the 3.5 GHz band and Qualcomm Technologies' pre-commercial devices in combination with the Ericsson Virtual Evolved Packet Core. Release

> The OpenDaylight Project announced that OpenDaylight Beryllium (ODL Be), its fourth open SDN platform release, is now available to service providers and enterprises. Release

> AirHop Communications launched eSON360, a new generation of SON solution for simplified network deployment. Release

> Presidential candidate Donald Trump might be urging citizens to boycott Apple over its refusal to bend to the FBI's desire to crack the San Bernardino terrorists' iPhone, but apparently no such boycott on iPhone 7 rumors has been pushed by anyone yet. Network World article

> If you think the case of Apple and its refusal to aid authorities in hacking Syed Rizwan's phone is thorny now, it would likely be more convoluted if it was Google in the hot seat. Re/code article

> Nokia kicked off its MWC week by announcing the acquisition of long-time partner Nakina Systems for an undisclosed sum, a move that the vendor giant says will strengthen its network security proposition. Light Reading article

> Huawei's Day 0 event highlighted narrowband Internet of Things networks, 4.5G and small cell deployments. RCR Wireless article

> Samsung announced two new Galaxy smartphones along with Gear 360, a camera for recording virtual reality videos. New York Times article

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