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ALSO NOTED: Ofcom's new spectrum policy; Brin praises iPhone; and much more...

> Ofcom: U.K. government and Ministry of Defense can share and trade valuable spectrum. Article > Google's Sergey Brin can't stop

Siemens says it solved 802.11n power problem

Siemens said it is launching a WLAN system based on 802.11n that can run on normal power over Ethernet--a feat other players have not managed to do. The vendor says it is using two concurrent

Juniper's revenue, net income jumps for Q4

Juniper Networks reported revenue of $809.2 million and net income of $127.9 million for the fourth quarter of 2007. Both figures were sharply higher than the same quarter in 2006, and translated

Juniper junks app acceleration products

Juniper Networks is discontinuing its DX line of application acceleration products that it acquired as part of its purchase of Redline Networks (not to be confused with WiMAX firm Redline

C&L: Verizon Wireless appoints VP of Open

Verizon Wireless names Anthony Lewis vice president of open development. Proxim Wireless names Pankaj Manglik CEO. FiberTower CEO Michael Gallagher resigned.

QUICKLINKS: Philips, Motorola and Microsoft submit white space devices to FCC; consumers satisfied by mobile options;

> Philips, Motorola and Microsoft submit white space devices to FCC. FierceWireless >

FCC begins second round of white-space testing

During its open meeting last week, the FCC announced its schedule for testing four new devices designed to operate in white-space spectrum--those airwaves that sit between broadcasters'

ALSO NOTED: FiberTower CEO Michael Gallagher resigned; Microsoft appointed Todd Peters as corporate vice president of marketing

> FiberTower CEO Michael Gallagher resigned. Release > Microsoft appointed Todd

White space fight gets ugly

The battle over white space spectrum, those unused airwaves that sit between spectrum licensed to television broadcasters, continues to heat up. The

Limelight expects 'high-end' results

Not long after being sued for patent infringement by Level 3 Communications, content delivery network provider Limelight Networks said that its fourth quarter 2007 revenue should end up at the high