News In Brief: Cambridge Broadband Networks, Wikipedia, Microsoft, Telstra International

Cambridge Broadband Networks has launched a microwave backhaul capable of handling point-to-multipoint and individual links on one platform. VectaStar Gigabit offers 150 Mbps of Ethernet capacity and is designed to use zero footprint.
 
Wikipedia is moving into India as part of a plan to grow its user base from 410 million at present to over a billion.
 
Microsoft has filed an appeal with the US Patent and Trademark Office, seeking to prevent Apple from trade marking the term 'App Store'.
 
Telstra International has expanded its range of intercontinental Ethernet services, including giving customers the capability to run hybrid VPLS and IP VPN networks.
 
SPB Software is looking to cash in on the growing success of Android with the launch of a migration tool that imports contacts, call history, messages and bookmarks from Windows Mobile and Symbian devices.

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