ALSO NOTED: Intel investing in Brazilian WiMAX developers; Best WiFi hotels in US; and much more...

> EarthLink won the contact to deploy high-speed Internet access and deliver WiFi network services for city employees in a 6.5-sq.-mi. area of Milpitas, CA. Article

> Agilent Technologies announced the availability of the 802.11n wireless library for use with Agilent's Advanced Design System (ADS) EDA platform. Report

> Allied Telesyn shows client software for WiFi-enabled smart phones. Article

> Canada's National Ballet School has chosen IP communications technology for its new building complex in downtown Toronto. Report

> Intel's venture capital division plans to invest $50 million in Brazilian companies, some of which are developing WiMAX solutions. Report

And Finally... This may not be quite the equivalent of a Zagat restaurant ranking, but now there is a national ranking of the best WiFi-hotels in the U.S. Listing

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