Cambium Networks named IT, telecom and consumer-electronics supplier Actebis Computer Handels GmbH as its first Austrian distributor; the new agreement enables Cambium to introduce its point-to-point (PTP) and point-to-multipoint (PMP) solutions into the Austrian market. Actebis will supply Cambium’s portfolio, including the new PMP 450, a fixed wireless broadband access solution, and the PTP 810i for use in high-power, indoor environments where long-distance support and spatial diversity are required…RGB Communications inked an exclusive distribution agreement, covering the U.K. and Ireland, with Celerity Technologies to distribute Celerity’s pre-terminated, 100-percent fiber-optic cable with a detachable HDMI connector…Israel’s Alvarion Ltd. teamed with the City of Richardson, Texas, for the deployment of an Alvarion Smart City solution in the 4.9 GHz licensed public-safety band. The Alvarion solution connects the city’s high-quality video surveillance network that delivers live feeds to police headquarters and to a 24/7 Emergency Operations Center. The feeds can also be viewed from any PC monitor within the public-safety network. The network also supports the city’s public-safety radio applications. In separate but related Alvarion news, CFO Lior Shemesh resigned to pursue other career opportunities. Avi Stern, vice president/Accounting and Finance, was appointed interim CFO.

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NBCU, FreeWheel Deepen Partnership

NBCUniversal and FreeWheel are strengthening their existing relationship. FreeWheel will now lead ad decisioning across NBCU properties with its new AutoScheduler tech. The tool analyzes ad breaks and works to

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