ALSO NOTED: Nintendo WiFi users hit 3M; Future of UWB unclear; and much more...

> Following a deal between BT and Nintendo, Irish users of the game console will be able to enjoy free WiFi access at any one of 270 BT Openzone locations across Ireland, the company said today. Article

> Speaking of Nintendo... Nintendo WiFi users hit 3 million. Report

> Motorola is showing its MOTOMESH, a multi-radio, high performance mesh networking system suitable for municipal wireless communications. Release

> The future of UWB is unclear after the UWB standard group has disbanded, but UWB and wireless USB developer Wisair still managed to raise $20 million in its Series C round of funding. Report

And Finally... Juniper Networks is interested in buying an enterprise WLAN start-up, and Unstrung reports that top on its list is Meru Networks, but Colubris Networks is also a candidate for acquisition. Juniper has apparently set aside about $200 million for a deal. Report

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