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)

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> 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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