Outdoor Wi-Fi access point shipments up 22%; Deutsche Telekom upgrades LTE speeds in Germany to 150 Mbps

Broadband wireless news from around the Web.

> Infonetics reported that outdoor Wi-Fi access point shipments shot up 22 percent year-over-year during 2Q13. Release

> TE Connectivity released a list of stadiums, including the site of the 2014 Super Bowl, that were recently outfitted with its DAS gear. Release

> New research shows that network operators' primary priority has shifted from managing network congestion to offering subscribers more control and higher quality of service. Release

> Citrix upgraded ByteMobile 7 software, which now offers Internet radio traffic management capability. Release

> The ratings outlook remains stable for American Towers despites its plan to buy 5,400 U.S. wireless towers from Global Tower Partners, says Standard and Poor's. Release

> The Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA) said 213 LTE networks have launched. Release

> Verizon's bid to kill network neutrality law is headed to court. Article

> Telefonica picked Alcatel-Lucent, Ericsson for Spanish LTE deployment. Article

> Having gained more spectrum at auction, South Korea's SK Telecom and KT both announced plans to ramp up LTE-Advanced. Article

> Deutsche Telekom upgraded LTE speeds in Germany to 150 Mbps. Article

And finally… This runaway lion was not pleased about riding in the backseat. Article

 

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