ALSO NOTED: Beaverton, OR gets public-safety network; Steganos releases new security software for hotspot use; and much more...

> The city of Beaverton in Oregon has launched a wireless public safety network blanketing the entire city. Article

> Steganos has launched a suite of software to help traveling computer users to protect their data from unauthorized access, loss or theft. Article

> Nortel Networks is building a mobile and fixed WiMAX network in the Quad Cities, a group of four cities in western Iowa and eastern Illinois clustered around the Mississippi River. Article

> Aruba Networks is moving beyond the corporate office into the industrial park. Article

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