Houston Texans' stadium to get Wi-Fi; Verizon tests 10 Gbps fiber solution

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

> Officials in Harris County, Texas, have awarded a $2.9 million contract to 5Bars, a California-based networking company, to install Wi-Fi at NRG Stadium in Houston.  KPRC article

> Verizon has completed testing NG-PON2, which could provide upload and download speeds of up to 10 Gbps. Release

> PCTEL completed network testing backage tracking service at more than 300 domestic and international airports. The initiative involved RFID scanners. Release

> Suddenlink plans to roll out 1-Gig service in several markets, including Bryan-College Station, Texas; Nixa, Mo. and the North Carolina markets of Greenville and Rocky Mount. TeleGeography article

> The city of Sandy, Oregon, is currently offering broadband over fiber at a price of $40 per month for symmetrical service at $40 per month. The rollout was funded by a municipal bond. Ars Technica article

And finally…  A woman in Florida has been arrested for shooting out the back window of a man's pickup truck. The man's offense? He grabbed what is said to be a "perfect-looking" mango from the street in front of the woman's house. Article

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