ExteNet launches a DAS in New York City; Rohde & Schwarz added HDMI 2.0 compliance tests to video testers

More installation, small cell, FTTP and equipment news from around the Web:

> ExteNet Systems launched a distributed antenna system in a major building in New York City. Article

> Rohde & Schwarz has added new HDMI 2.0 compliance tests to its VTC/VTE/VTS video testers. Release

> Spirent has announced what is said to be the industry's first public demonstration of a 400G Ethernet Test System interoperating with a Huawei's NE5000E core router. This demonstration occurred at Interop Tokyo in Japan. Release

> Anritsu and Electro Rent have signed an agreement making Electro Rent a preferred reseller for Anritsu throughout the United States and Canada. Article

> FreeAxez has announced the launch of new systems that provide underfloor access to a facility's cable and wiring. Article

And finally…  A new study by psychologists has concluded that "the presence of stable individual behavioral traits that reveal a complex personality in pigs that overlaps with that of other animals, including humans." So the next time someone says you are eating like a pig, just take it as a complex compliment.

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