FCC eyes rulemaking for small cells in historic districts; SCTE reveals Cable-Tec Expo keynote speakers

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

> The FCC has issued a request for comment about its plans to issue rules concerning the deployment of small cells in historic districts. FCC filing

> Adtran is delivering on its open interface commitment by providing a standards-based carrier-grade set of products and solutions. Release

> Cambium Networks has introduced cnPilot, a suite of 802.11ac Wi-Fi products for use in home, enterprise and industrial networks. Release

> Platinum Tools has announced the expansion of its structured wiring solutions to include a variety of new couplers, jacks and multi-port wall plates for data, voice and video installations and applications. Twice article

> The following executives will keynote the SCTE Cable-Tec Expo in New Orleans in October: Liberty Global CTO Balan Nair;  Nomi M. Bergman, the president of Bright House Networks;  CableLabs CEO Phil McKinney;  and John Schanz, the chief network officer of Comcast Cable Communications. Release

And finally…  A farmer in the Netherlands is charging nearly $2,400 for 2.2 pounds of cheese made from pig's milk.  Article

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