Alca-Lu wins China 3G deals; Main Street goes with Aptilo

> Alcatel-Lucent won two contracts from China Mobile and China Telecom totaling $1.7 billion to provide network upgrades, infrastructure and services, completing a trifecta of 3G contract wins in China for the company. Article

> Main Street Broadband selected Aptilo Networks for its billing management between WiMAX and WiFi networks. Release

> Washington State Ferry System has deployed Proxim's WiMAX solution for wireless backhaul of their WiFi service that they provide to passengers on their entire fleet of vessels. Release

>  Unwired Fiji selected Motorola to design and deploy an 802.16e-based WiMAX network. Release

> Market research firm Wireless Intelligence says that Sweden is the epicenter of the LTE universe, with three of the country's four major wireless carriers--Tele2, Telenor and TeliaSonera--racing to build 4G wireless networks.  Article

And finally... Police have withdrawn charges against a man who was found driving a fake pope-mobile around Sydney. Article

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