Airvana, Alca-Lu to develop EV-DO femtocell platform; Motorola separates Home & Networks Mobility Group

> Airvana and Alcatel-Lucent have jointly announced that the two companies will develop a CDMA/EV-DO femtocell platform that will incorporate IMS. Airvana will enhance its femtocell offerings with new interfaces to enable integration with Alcatel-Lucent's IMS core. Release

> Beleaguered telecom vendor Motorola has decided to separate its Home & Networks Mobility Group into three separate businesses, a move that many believe may make the businesses easier to sell off. Article

> AccessKenya Group has chosen Alvarion to deploy WiMAX in the 3.3 GHz band. the network will offer high-speed Internet access to residents and businesses in Mombasa and Nairobi. Release

> Netgear launched the Wireless-N Upgrade Kit, a Plug-and-Play solution that makes it fast and easy for users to add 5GHz Wireless-N access to any existing network and upgrade a computer to dual-band Wireless-N to deliver the faster speeds and more reliable connections enabled by 5GHz 802.11n technology. Release

And Finally... Wanted: A national broadband policy. Article