Syniverse agrees to acquire Aicent; Mobilitie supplying DAS for National September 11 Memorial Museum

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> Syniverse has agreed to acquire Aicent. Release

> Marvell's ARMADA Mobile PXA1088LTE and PXA1801 completed Verizon Wireless' LTE certification. Release

> NTT Docomo targets June launch for VoLTE. Release

> Towerstream is partnering with Alcatel-Lucent to sign up operators seeking small cell deployment sites. Article

> The Internet of Things will thrive by 2025, report says. Release

> Venezuela will invest some $14 million in free public Wi-Fi services. Article

> MTS and Nokia made Russia's first live VoLTE voice and video call on a telco cloud. Release

> Open Garden's new FireChat app enables creation of "firechats," targeting particular topics or communities. Release

> Mobilitie is supplying the DAS for the National September 11 Memorial Museum. Release

> IDT integrated IPX into its global VoIP network, which it said will help mobile operators provide better voice quality. Release

And finally… Chow dogs dyed to look like fluffy pandas are all the rage in China. Article

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