News of Note—UNH InterOperability Lab adds SDN to testing program; Swisscom kicks tires on fixed wireless access

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> The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab updated its IPv6 testing program to include elements of SDN and IoT. TechTarget article

> In an effort to provide connectivity to remote locations, Swisscom is conducting a 5G trial using fixed wireless access. Release

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