SDN, NFV can save service providers $32B in capex, says SNS; Ventev Wireless rolls out high-density antennas for stadium Wi-Fi

Wireless tech news from around the Web.

> SDN and NFV can save service providers $32 billion in capex by 2020, says SNS Research. Release

> Motorola Solutions reportedly wants to ditch its wireless LAN business. Article

> Mobile operator SFR said it completed the first testing of LTE Advanced in France. Article

> AT&T is selling and leasing towers to Crown Castle in $4.85 billion deal. Article

> Qualcomm published an in-depth white paper on LTE Advanced. White paper (PDF)

> Ubiquiti unveiled new network gear for wireless Internet service providers (WISPs) and the beta release of the Ubiquiti World Network WISP alliance. Release

> Tessco's Ventev Wireless Infrastructure unit rolled out high-density antennas for Wi-Fi networks in stadiums and other large venues. Release

And finally… Posters for a circus were removed after complaints from a woman with a clown phobia. Article

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