ALSO NOTED: KDDI close to naming WiMAX vendor; Chrysler developing navigation system that will include WiMAX; and much more...

> Alcatel-Lucent plans to open a WiMAX Application and Interoperability Testing Center to local Taiwan customer premises equipment manufacturers, working with the Ministry of Economic Affairs. Article

> KDDI's WiMAX joint venture is reportedly close to choosing its vendor for the $1.3 billion mobile WiMAX network in Japan. Article

> The proliferation of higher data-rate networks and associated handset availability means super 3G devices will become the largest selling handset type by 2012, according to Informa Telecoms & Media. Article

> Chrysler announced yesterday that it is developing an advanced wireless communications and navigation system that eventually will provide mobile WiMAX connectivity. Article

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