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Cambium introduces cnMaestro for detecting network connection issues

Cambium Networks introduced cnMaestro, a platform that is available in the cloud or deployable on premise, for operators to use as a network management and analytics tool to pinpoint which segments of a city or neighborhood are having connection issues.

T-Mobile accuses cable companies of using LTE-U tests that rely on extremes, not reality

T-Mobile US took a stab at its cable rivals in a recent FCC filing, saying that claims by LTE-U opponents that the technology will adversely impact Wi-Fi operations are based on testing "with parameters set at extremes that do not represent realistic deployments or do not reflect actual LTE-U specifications."

Report: Vodafone Ireland to invest €7M in data centre services

Vodafone Ireland is investing €7 million ($8 million) in the development of new data-centre services for enterprise and public sector customers, according to a report in the Irish Times.

Verizon picks Mesosphere DCOS to enhance data center service scale, automation

Verizon will start using Mesosphere's Datacenter Operating System (DCOS), a move that it says will enhance data center operations with improvements in automation and scale when deploying applications, services and big data.

Ciena, Huawei, and ZTE take 10 percent share of WDM market in Q2, says research firm

In the metro WDM market, three vendors-- Ciena, Huawei and ZTE-- have taken the dominant position by grabbing over 10 percent share of the market each, according to a new Dell'Oro Group report. On a combined basis, these three vendors hold a market share of 50 percent.

Ericsson, Swisscom claim European first in LTE carrier aggregation

Ericsson said Swisscom is the first operator in Europe to launch three-carrier aggregation combining LTE FDD and TDD modes in a commercial network on chipsets available from Qualcomm.

Intel sets fast track to 5G, collaborates with Nokia, NTT, SK Telecom

Intel executives used the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2015 to describe a 5G world where drones and balloons will connect the unconnected, and consumers won't need to be concerned whether it's Wi-Fi or 4G-- everything will just work seamlessly like on big network.

Windstream brings broadband wireless service to Philadelphia

Windstream is taking its fixed wireless solution to Philadelphia, adding another market where it will provide complementary network access to its wireline network to business customers.

CenturyLink is conducting 100 Mbps over copper trial in Salt Lake City

CenturyLink has begun trialing a new 100 Mbps service over its existing copper network for consumer and business customers in Salt Lake City.

Video, virtual reality and vehicle connectivity are paving the way to 5G

Thanks to the widespread deployment of LTE in the U.S., mobile broadband services are now ubiquitous. Today's consumers own multiple connected devices-- from tablets to smartphones-- and their usage of the wireless network is growing exponentially.