TeliaSonera: Latency more impressive than speed on LTE; Ericsson tests TD-LTE in Ireland

> Thanks to the overwhelming data traffic on operators' networks, ABI Research is forecasting that deep packet inspection (DPI) will generate equipment revenues of $1.3 billion in 2015. Article

> A shortage of electronic components is making it difficult for wireless equipment makers to meet the demands of wireless operators that are trying to upgrade their networks or sell the latest next-generation smartphone. Article

> Alcatel-Lucent and Telefónica said they successfully performed an LTE call in Latin America using the 700 MHz frequency band. Release

> Having had the opportunity to measure LTE in commercial operation, TeliaSonera believes that lower latency, not data throughput, most impresses consumers. Article

> Ericsson tested TD-LTE technology in Ireland. Article

> Italy's second largest operator, Wind, has awarded Huawei a deal to develop and deploy HSPA+ and LTE networks. Article

And Finally... Indianapolis police say three armed men who broke into a man's apartment not only stole his flat-screen television, they forced him to help them move it down a flight of stairs. Article

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