News of Note—ZTE closing in on lifting U.S. ban; ETSI OSM tops century mark for membership and more

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With the recent addition of University College of London, ETSI Open Source MANO has now reached 100 members. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Now that ZTE has agreed to deposit $400 million in an escrow account, it's inching closer to doing business in the U.S. again after the Trump administration put a ban in place back in April. Reuters article

> With the recent addition of University College of London, ETSI Open Source MANO has now reached 100 members. Release

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> A former employee of Huawei U.S. subsidiary Futurewei Technologies is alleging that he was fired for not agreeing to use deception to infiltrate Facebook's TIP Summit in 2016. East Bay Times article

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