'Six strikes' boss insists new system won't harm public Wi-Fi; Global Eagle Acquisition takes over Row 44, 86% of Advanced Inflight Alliance

Quick news from around the Web.

> 'Six strikes' boss insists new system won't harm public Wi-Fi. Article

> SK Telecom and Ericsson achieve the world's first demo of TM-9. Release

> ZTE, China Mobile conduct commercial TD-LTE carrier-aggregation test. Release

> EU close to deal over Chinese dumping allegations in Europe. Article

> Ericsson's Q4 turnaround driven by booming N. American sales. Article

> AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile forge pact to explore spectrum sharing with government. Article

> Global Eagle Acquisition takes over Row 44, 86% of Advanced Inflight Alliance. Article

And finally… Angry Birds soft drinks expand to Russia, Australia, New Zealand and Spain. Article

Suggested Articles

A new 5G testbed in Virginia will focus on wireless security, and bring together researchers, private companies and government partners.

5G is expected to have more traffic flows back and forth from edge infrastructure, which Colt predicts will require SDN technology.

There could be lower demand for millimeter wave spectrum this time around, according to AllNet Insights & Analytics' Brian Goemmer.