SDN maintains mindshare lead over NFV, report says; 'Comcast Frank' shares tough-love advice

Wireless tech news from across the web:

> Google is on the hunt for a wireless system engineer for Google Fiber--someone with experience in 3G, 4G and 5G protocols as well as Wi-Fi. Article

> Recent investments from some of the biggest technology companies raise an important question: Have they gone crazy? Article (sub. req.)

> A new report from Argus Insights shows that software-defined networking (SDN) maintained a healthy mindshare lead over network function virtualization (NFV) during the past two months. Article

> Nest's vice president of technology Yoky Matsuoka, as well as Greg Duffy, who co-founded Dropcam, have left the company. Article

> The executive formerly known as "Comcast Frank" shares some tough-love advice for the company. Article

> SanDisk announced a new suite of automotive-grade storage products for the connected car movement. Article

> The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) will hold its annual conference focused on the future of global communications networks June 2-4 in Dallas. Release

> IBM CEO Ginni Rometty will get an incentive payout of $3.6 million, according to a company filing released Friday. Article

> A study from Frost & Sullivan on smart cities concludes that the United States will continue to lead the Internet of Things (IoT) revolution and next-generation 911 development. Article

> BT announced plans for what it's dubbing its "ultrafast broadband vision." Article

> Why some of tech's greatest minds are still missing the Internet of Things picture. Commentary

And finally… T-Mobile CEO John Legere and Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure exchanged a few entertaining blows during last night's Super Bowl. Article

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