ALSO NOTED: Nokia calls for open networks; Intel to invest $500M in Taiwan; and much more...

> Reports out of Taiwan indicate Nokia Siemens Networks is talking to network equipment vendors such as Gemtek Technology and Accton Technology to create a femtocell base-station joint venture. Article

> Nokia calls for open networks. Article

> Intel said it will invest $500 million in Taiwan with most of that amount targeted for the WiMAX sector. Article

> Aruba Networks announced its new Mobile Remote Access Point (RAP) software that uses a combination of WiFi and wireless broadband connectivity. Release

> Meru Networks brings virtual reality to wireless LAN management. Release 

> Qualcomm said strong adoption of 3G handsets helped its second-quarter revenues and profits beat analysts' expectations. Article

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