ALSO NOTED: Redline and Siemens announce WiMAX interoperability testing; Qualcomm launches Wireless Reach initiative in Sri Lan

> Redline Communications and Siemens Home and Office Communication Devices announced interoperability testing between their WiMAX Forum certified products. Article

> Scientists at the Georgia Tech Electronic Design Center say the 60-GHz band could one day be capable of transferring large data files over short distances. Article 

> Burton Group released a broadband wireless research report comparing 802.11n to Gigabit Ethernet and predicts 802.11n wireless technology will start eroding the wired Ethernet market within the next 24 to 36 months. Article

> Qualcomm announced the launch of its Wireless Reach initiative in Sri Lanka through the opening of a Last Mile Initiative Center in Wennappuwa. Release

And Finally... MIMO is going underwater. Article

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