Cisco buys Ubiquisys for $310M to add 'intelligence in the network'; Oracle's upgraded app server supports Java, Web services and IMS

Quick news from around the Web.

> Cisco buys Ubiquisys for $310M to add 'intelligence in the network'. Article

> Cell phone inventor Martin Cooper awarded $100,000 Marconi prize. Article

> Google Wi-Fi hysteria has negative unintended consequences. Article

> Huawei expects growth despite U.S. setback. Article (sub. req.)

> Broadcom and SK Telecom announce 802.11ac Wi-Fi hotspot router. Release

> Oracle's upgraded application server supports Java, Web services and IMS. Release

And finally… 'Vadering' (as in Darth) takes the Web by Force. Article

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