ALSO NOTED: Nanoradio raises $27 million; VeriSign introduces managed security for WLANs; and much more...

> Swedish WiFi chip maker Nanoradio said it raised $27 million in funding in a C-round led by Norwegian Venture Capital firm Ferd Venture. Article

> Aruba Networks released ArubaOS 3.1 and Mobility Management System 2.0 software to enhance WiFi network performance and scalability. Article

> VeriSign introduced managed security for WLANs. Article

> Wayport announced it has expanded its hotel footprint to include the Massanutten Resort. Release

> Motorola has accepted JiWire for the MOTOwi4 Ready Application Ecosystem. Release

And Finally... Some ferry riders in the Seattle area are feeling slighted because they don't have WiFi access. Article

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