News of Note—VMware plays small ball with NSX; GSMA: carriers need to plan for IoT

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Here are some of the other stories we're following today:

> VMware is prepping its NSX virtualization platform for use by smaller customers. The Register article

> GSMA warns service providers that connectivity is only a small part of the IoT's potential. Capacity Media article

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>  The Linux Foundation is offering a free course for open source that will start in early August. Release

> After deciding not to appeal to the Supreme Court, AT&T is now in talks with the FTC about a complaint over deceptive broadband plans. Ars Technica article

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