ALSO NOTED: WiMAX World round-up; AT&T set to announce HSUPA upgrade; and much more...

> WiChorus said it completed interoperability testing (IOT) of its Intelligent ASN Gateway solution with Bridgewater Systems' AAA (Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting) Service Controller. Release

> VoIP provider iSkoot announced the launch of the iSkoot v1.1 mobile application for Windows Mobile handsets. The new mobile application supports all Windows Mobile 5 and 6 handsets. Release

> Aperto announces availability of license-exempt WiMAX solutions. Release

> AT&T is set to announce it has upgraded its mobile network with HSUPA. Article

> T-Mobile USA will offer the BlackBerry 8320, or the BB Curve with WiFi. Article

And Finally... The Wi-Fi Alliance says 90 products are certified compliant for the draft 802.11n standard. Article

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