Verizon Wireless has announced that Purdue University will be one of 38 locations across the United States chosen for the rollout of its first large-scale 4G Long Term Evolution network, reports the Journal and Courier of Lafayette, Ind. Available by the end of the year, the inclusion of Purdue to the new high-speed cellular network continues the innovations in learning and technology taking place at the campus. "The decision to launch [4G service] on Purdue's campus is based on the university's proven track record with using mobile technology to enhance higher learning," said John Granby, president of the Indiana/Kentucky/Michigan region...

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