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> SkyPilot Networks and MetroWiFi will collaborate on building out a wireless network in Foster City, California. Santa Clara-based SkyPilot, a provider of carrier-class broadband wireless mesh networks, and Mountain View-based MetroFi have already collaborated on eight muni-WiFi networks. Report.

> RSan Mateo, California-based real-time locating systems (RTLS) provider AeroScout is showing a new solution targeted at the mining industry. Designed to improve the safety of miners, it was codeveloped with Australian company Mine Site Technologies (MST), which specializes in mining communication company in Australia. The new solution combines AeroScout's WiFi-based active RFID product with MST's Integrated Communications Cap Lamp. Report.

> Samsung is showing its new OfficeServ IP-centric WLAN Solution for small-to-medium businesses (SMBs). Press release.

> WILIBOX is showing its WILI MESH - OSI layer 2 wireless mesh software platform which enables hardware vendors to provide single-to-multiple radio wireless mesh solutions for municipality, WISP, campus, and enterprise networks. Report.

And finally...Australia leads the world in distance swimming events, and now it leads the world in broadband wireless: We note the launch of major subscription TV operator AUSTAR's wireless broadband network in one of Australia's major regional cities -- Wagga Wagga. The launch means Australia now has three Navini-based pre-Mobile WiMAX networks which will ultimately be interoperable. Report.

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