ALSO NOTED: Nortel enters Australia WLAN hardware market; Pune, India, subcontinent's first WiFi-enabled city; and much more...

> Nortel has entered the crowded WLAN hardware market in Australia with the launch of a range of enterprise-ready convergence products. Report

> Siemens has released Sinema E (Simatic Network Manager Engineering), a software tool for planning, simulation and configuration of industrial WLAN applications. Report

> Pune, India, is going to be the subcontinent's first WiFi-enabled city. Article

> Trinity Convergence, a provider of voice and video over IP embedded software solutions, says version 2.2 of its VeriCall Edge VoIP software platform is available. Release

And Finally... Marty Cooper invented the cell phone three decades ago. He predicts that in 10 years, high-speed mobile Internet connections will be so commonplace, people will take them for granted. The key technology behind such capability: WiMax. Article

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