Vasona Networks raises $14.6M; Aerohive rolls out Wave 2 Wi-Fi

More wireless tech news from across the Web:

> Vasona Networks announced a $14.6 million series C Round, bringing total funds raised by the company to $48 million. Release

> Aerohive announced several new products to help it catch the 802.11AC Wave 2 upgrade cycle. Network World article

> In partnership with Thinxtra, Sigfox announced plans to deploy machine-specific networks in Australia and New Zealand. RCR Wireless article

> Marvell Technology Group Ltd. directors fired the husband-and-wife management team that founded and led the chip maker for two decades, responding to a series of reverses including accounting issues that prompted investigations by the company's board and government agencies. Wall Street Journal article

> Tom Wheeler's FCC won't be slowing down in its last 10 months, even as the presidential election campaign goes on in the background, according to Gigi Sohn, counselor to the chairman. Light Reading article

> The latest RootMetrics airport testing shows Verizon the top provider ahead of T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint, with Southwest Florida being the best airport and Philadelphia International being the worst. RCR Wireless article

> The head of Intel's IoT unit is retiring, while the mobile phone boss is reportedly resigning after less than a year in the position, as shake-ups continue at the chipmaker. Light Reading article

> Germany's premium car makers Audi AG, BMW AG and Daimler AG are in talks with and Microsoft that could lead to the tech giants taking minority stakes in the HERE digital mapping service, a senior Daimler executive said. Wall Street Journal article

And finally… Contrary to popular games and movies, you could actually take a nap while flying through the asteroid belt. New York Times article

Sponsored by ADI

What if we were never truly alone? Our next-gen communications technology can help people in even the most remote places stay connected.

What if there were no ocean, desert, mountain or event that could ever keep us from telling our stories, sharing discoveries or asking for help? ADI’s next-gen communications technology could keep all of us connected.

Suggested Articles

All operators are trying to understand the intersection between their networks and hyperscale networks. But who gets the lion's share of the revenue?

Fierce kicks off its fall 5G Blitz week with a session on Monday, November 30, examining the RAN revolution.

Dish will deploy Mavenir's RCS Business Messaging software for customer support services.