ALSO NOTED: Ixia acquires CMC; Dublin airport Ireland's largest hotspot; and much more...

> Cinram and Siemens Automation and Drives (A&D) have jointly implemented an RFID solution in the UHF range. Report

> Calabasas, California-based Ixia acquires CMC and shows IxWLAN. Story

> Dublin Airport is now Ireland's largest wireless hotspot. Story

> NEC is developing a technology allowing users to move seamlessly between WLAN and mobile phone networks -- even as they are moving at race car speeds (the router and PC were tested in a car traveling at 124 miles per hour). Story

> Following its partnership with Boingo, Skype is now partnering with The Cloud to offer its services in the latter's 8,000 UK hotspots. Report

> WiFi users are targets of "Evil Twin" attacks. Report

> Wireless music to develop into big business. Study

> The worldwide telecommunications market is growing. A report from Research and Markets predicts the market will double from $123 billion in 2004 to $282 billion by 2010. Report

> Spain's Iberbanda picks Alvarion WiMax-ready network. Story

> Wireless mesh networking is expected to make inroads into industrial monitoring and control applications in part because of the ZigBee standard. VDC | ZigBee

And Finally... Freescale's Jon Adams on ZigBee's specs -- A to Z. Article

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