Sprint will add 700 MHz Band 12 capabilities to some new devices; RAN-centric NFV and SDN investments worth $5B by 2020, says report

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> Apple's rumored mHealth app appears to gain more traction. Article

> Sprint will add 700 MHz Band 12 capabilities to some new devices starting next year. Article

> Nex-Tech Wireless is using Newfield Wireless' TrueCall platform to support its LTE network in Kansas. Release

> 4G Americas published a primer on 3GPP Release 12. Release

> RAN-centric NFV and SDN investments will be worth $5 billion by 2020, says SNS Research report. Release

> Ruckus Wireless will supply its products for free to Major League Soccer's San Jose Earthquakes, enabling free Wi-Fi in the team's new stadium. Release

> China Mobile Research Institute selected Spirent for evolved packet core (EPC) network testing. Release

And finally… He must really love that phone: Man jumps on subway tracks to retrieve handset, walks away after being run over by train. Article

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