QLogic teams with Huawei to demo 25-Gig Ethernet; ExteNet wants to deploy small cells in Baltimore

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

> QLogic is collaborating with Huawei to demonstrate end-to-end 25Gb Ethernet networking solutions. Article

> The city of Baltimore is considering an agreement that would allow ExteNet Systems to deploy small cells in the city. Article

> Broadcom is launching a Gigabit Ethernet switch for home gateways that uses little power. Article

> Frost & Sullivan has recognized Alcatel-Lucent for its leadership and vision for small cell solutions. Article

> Revel Systems has a new solution that provides wired Ethernet connectivity as an alternative to Wi-Fi for connectivity to Revel iPad POS systems. Article

> Platinum Tools is launching a solution that makes it easier to trace and identify cable locations on jacks or through walls. Article

And finally … A company that does app development in Fuzhou, China, has constructed a complex for the company's employees that bears a resemblance to the Starship Enterprise from Star Trek. Surely, there is small cell coverage throughout the complex? Article

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