ALSO NOTED: WiFi phone revenue poised for double-digit growth; Aperto to provide equipment for Brazilian WiMAX project; and muc

> WiFi phone revenue is projected to post strong double-digit growth every year through 2010, when it will top $145 billion, according to Infonetics Research. Release

> Brazilian Internet services provider Wideway has selected Fierce 15 winner Aperto Networks to provide it with base stations and equipment for a WiMAX project in Brazil. Article

> Motorola announced two additional radio configurations for the MotoMesh product series of municipal wireless networks. Article

> ERF Wireless announces $9 million WiNet contract with Louisiana bank. Release

> Alvarion announced it is working with KDDI to bridge the digital divide in Cambodia and Vietnam. Release

And finally... Cisco CEO John Chambers called on the U.S. to change its definition of broadband to 100Mbps connections. Blog

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