TD-LTE small cells will be $5B opportunity by 2020, says report; Siklu announced double-digit sales growth for millimeter-wave backhaul system

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> TD-LTE small cells will be a $5 billion opportunity by 2020, says SNS Research. Release

> ZTE announced it will report a profit for full-year 2013. Article

> The GSMA released findings from a new study showing APT 700 MHz LTE and TV can coexist in Brazil. Article

> Australia's NBN, headed by former Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow, is planning a technology trial to see if its fiber infrastructure can be used for mobile backhaul. Article

> Low prices for 802.11ac equipment will spur rapid adoption and drive wireless LAN market revenues past $12.3 billion in 2018, said Dell'Oro Group. Release

> Siklu reported double-digit sales growth during 2013 for its E-band millimeter-wave EtherHaul system. Release

> Coriant and ZTE joined the Open Daylight project. Release

> The wireless infrastructure market will be worth $52 billion in 2014, said SNS Research. Release

And finally… A Wi-Fi enabled refrigerator got hacked and started sending spam emails. Article

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