ALSO NOTED: Vocera goes with WildPackets; VeratNet to use WiMax gear from ZTE; and much more...

> Vocera Communications, makers of the famous badge for intra-company wireless communication, has selected WildPackets for internal wireless and wired analysis, and external field test support. Release

> Eastman Kodak is shipping the EasyShare-One, which appears to be the world's first WiFi-enabled camera. The camera plus the WiFi card sell for $599. Story

> Serbian operator VeratNet will use WiMax gear from Chinese company ZTE to deploy a commercial WiMax network in Serbia. Report

> Cisco and Intel join forces to support EPCglobal Hong Kong's EPCnetwork initiative. Story

> D-Link shows cell-phone viewable web cam. Release

And Finally... What do you do if you have a small or midsized office and you need enterprise-class WLAN account management, enforcement, and security, but you don't have an enterprise-scale IT budget? Glenn Fleishman has the answer.

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