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Tele2 Netherlands seeks to drown subscribers with LTE data deluge

Tele2 said it aims to enable Dutch mobile users to "drown themselves in data" after launching an LTE Advanced (LTE-A) network in the Netherlands.

T-Mobile makes Netflix, Hulu and other streaming video data free with Binge On

LOS ANGELES-- T-Mobile US at its Uncarrier X event here announced Binge On, its new offering to provide video streaming from select online video providers at no extra charge to all its customers who subscribe to 3 GB or higher data plans. Much like its Music Freedom announcement, T-Mobile said that it currently supports free video streaming from 24 video providers, and that it would add more providers in the future based on customer and provider demand.

Ericsson expects network gear market to grow more slowly than before, but pins hopes on emerging opportunities

Ericsson cut its outlook for how much the network equipment will grow over the next few years, but still said it aimed to grow faster than the market. The company also thinks it will be aided by a new partnership it unveiled yesterday with Cisco to integrate existing gear, combine some sales and consulting efforts potentially jointly develop new hardware and services.

Ericsson and Cisco: praise for the non-merger

The news broke this week that mobile network supremo Ericsson and Cisco, a pervasive and dominant force in IP networking, plan to form a partnership rather than merging in order to benefit from each other's strengths in a changing and increasingly competitive world.

AT&T to begin paying American Tower for changes to tower sites in 2016

AT&T will start paying American Tower every time it adds a piece of equipment to a tower in 2016. The contract change should be a benefit for American Tower, which believes AT&T will need to add new equipment to its towers.  Moreover, American Tower signed a new master lease agreement (MLA) with AT&T covering the carrier's Mexican wireless assets.

Cisco, Ericsson to jointly develop SDN/NFV solutions

Cisco and Ericsson plan to jointly develop a series of SDN and NFV solutions as part of a broader strategic global business and technology partnership that will highlight the capabilities of both companies

Startup uBeam reveals details of ultrasound wireless charging technology

Wireless startup uBeam, a developer of wireless charging technology that uses ultrasound to transmit energy, has faced intense skepticism over its technology, despite having raised $23.4 million in venture capital. So the company revealed some details about its technology, which, as  TechCrunch  notes, relies on transmitters on a room's walls to track devices with uBeam receivers and send ultrasound beams at them.

Ericsson, Cisco come together in network partnership to 'turbocharge' carriers' shift to SDN

Ericsson and Cisco's announcement of a partnership to resell each other's products and services and collaborate on network design will accelerate U.S. carriers' shift to software-defined networking (SDN) and IP communications more broadly, according to top Ericsson and Cisco executives.

Silicon Valley and D.C. are hot spots of data center growth, says analyst firm

While data centers have continued to grow across the U.S., Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C., grew at twice the speed of the national market, a new Synergy Research Group report says. Dallas is also outpacing the national average.

Zayo extends fiber, turnkey services to 1,200 wireless small cell sites

Zayo has been making inroads into the emerging small cell backhaul market, announcing that it now provides 1,200 sites in its territory with a mix of fiber and turnkey network solutions.