ALSO NOTED: London passes New York with most WiFi access points; Security not keeping pace with WiFi deployments; and much more

> London has passed up New York City as the financial center with the most WiFi access points in the world, according to a new survey from EMC division RSA Security. Article

> Security is not keeping up with WiFi deployments. Article

> Navini Networks said it will develop mobile WiMAX subscriber modems with ASUS, a Taiwanese hardware vendor. Article

> WiMAX chip maker Beceem has chosen Anadigics power amplifiers for its BCS200 chipset reference designs. Release

> Altair Semiconductor, an Israel-based maker of WiMAX chips, said it received $18 million in a second round of funding from four VCs. Article

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