SK Telecom rolls out LTE-A carrier aggregation for 225 Mbps peak speed; Sprint's Virgin Mobile unveils a $25 'Wi-Fi Lovers Delight' plan

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> Following Cisco's acquisition of Tail-f, the next likely SDN take-out candidates are Cumulus Networks, Plexxi and Pluribus Newtorks. Article

> SK Telecom commercially rolled out LTE Advanced carrier aggregation, combining 10 MHz and 20 MHz carriers for 225 Mbps peak downlink speed. Article

> Amazon's Fire smartphone is exclusive to AT&T. Article

> Zhilabs and Stoke collaborated on a RAN analytics offering designed to enable early pinpointing of LTE network trouble spots. Release

> JMA will provide the new DAS for Lincoln Financial Field, home to the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles. Release

> PCTEL launched a PIM-rated family of antennas for small cells and in-building coverage. Release

> Global Eagle Entertainment said its deal with Thailand's Nok Air makes it the first to launch satellite-based inflight connectivity in South East Asia. Article

> Huawei and Vodafone Spain claim to achieve the world's first GSM-LTE Dynamic spectrum-sharing trial. Release

> Quebec's Videotron plans "major investments" in spectrum to become Canada's fourth national carrier. Article

> Cloud4Wi said its new Proximity application was designed to help venues deliver targeted, localized marketing campaigns to customers. Release

> Sprint's Virgin Mobile unveiled a $25 "Wi-Fi Lovers Delight" plan with unlimited talk and text. Article

And finally… The "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" mobile game will be released next week. Article