ALSO NOTED: Caspian raises$55M; Meru teams with OptiCall on VoWLAN system; and much more...

> Caspian has secured $55 million in funding. Caspian's flow-state routing solutions identify different traffic flows and dynamically assign the bandwidth and service levels to meet users' needs. Release

> Meru Networks has teamed with OptiCall, its new Scandinavian distribution partner, to demonstrate a VoWLAN system at the Kista Mobile Showcase in Kista, Sweden. Release

> Yale University selects Aruba to wirelessly connect 150 buildings on campus. Release

> The WiFi network in Westminster, London, will be made available to, well, commoners, courtesy of BT Openzone. Story

> UK service provider Libera to launch WiMax service in London. Report

> Students and faculty at the University of Kent in Canterbury will trial a new wireless broadband service with speeds of up to 45 Mbps. Story

> Taiwanese company Accton Technology demonstrated a new line of WLAN mesh networking products with the company's WITnet architecture. Release

> Strategy Analytics predicts a market of more than 20 million WiMax subscriber terminals and base stations per year in 2009. Demand will be driven by the need for inexpensive last mile connections. Release

> Altera joins WiMax Forum. Release

> Bluetooth reaches a milestone: 100 million chips. Report

And Finally... Are Intel and Apple talking WiMax? Blog

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