Wi-Fi scarce post-Sandy; TIM Brasil picks NSN, Ericsson and Huawei for LTE network

Quick news from around the Web

> After Sandy, Wi-Fi becomes precious commodity. Article

> Softbank says considering various options with eAccess. Article

> ADVA optical networking announces sync probe device for LTE networks. Release

> Telecom service providers waking up to global Wi-Fi roaming, according to iPass CEO. Release

> Cambium Networks and Agile Networks team up on Ohio wireless broadband. Release

> BSNL to deploy 108 WiMAX towers in Jammu & Kashmir. Article

> TIM Brasil picks NSN, Ericsson and Huawei for LTE network. Article

And finally… Charity trades rats for cellphones in South African township. Article

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