Nokia releases real-time network analytics solution; MRC says mobile ads take too long to load

More wireless news from across the web:

> Nokia has released Real-Time Mobile Network Analytics, a solution to give operators end-to-end views of mobile networks. Release

> Mobile advertisements take far too long to load, almost twice as long as their desktop counterparts, the Media Ratings Council found. Wall Street Journal article

Telecom News

> Frontier has pledged its support for an AT&T lawsuit that seeks to block an ordinance giving Google Fiber streamlined utility pole access in Louisville, Kentucky. However, Frontier doesn't even have any presence in that market. Article

Wireless Tech News

> CTIA is urging the FCC to get a move on when it comes to the high-band millimeter wave spectrum and not pay attention to arguments that Boeing and the Satellite Industry Association (SIA) have put forth regarding more time for establishing sharing parameters between satellite and terrestrial mobile operations. Article

Cable News

> Lionsgate has bought Starz for a combination of cash and stock totaling $4.4 billion. Article

And finally… Samsung announced that unlocked versions of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones are now available in the U.S. Venturebeat article

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