ALSO NOTED: Consortium wins Sacramento WiFi network build; Pulse Link sues Tzero over UWB patent; and much more...

> Sacramento Metro Connect, a consortium of Azulstar, Cisco Systems, Intel and SeaKay, will build and operate a wireless broadband network for Sacramento. Article

> Pulse Link is suing Tzero Technologies for patent infringement associated with UWB technology. Article

> Proxim wireless solutions are connecting India's rural communities. Release

> AT&T is adding about 2,000 temporary employees to cope with the influx of shoppers it expects for the iPhone. Article (WSJ sub. req.)

And Finally... Toledo's WiFi director walked out of a weekly staff meeting after what she claimed was verbal abuse by the mayor over preparation for an upcoming meeting with the city council about MetroFi's proposal to build a WiFi network in the city. Article

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