Clearwire hit with class action lawsuit over throttling practices; Report: China Mobile to commence TD-LTE trials in 2012

> Meru Networks announced that it has been awarded two new patents for its groundbreaking innovation addressing Layer 2 network congestion collapse in 802.11n wireless LANs. Release

> Clearwire is facing a class-action lawsuit accusing the wireless Internet service provider of "throttling" access speeds to slow them to dial-up levels and demanding early termination fees from dissatisfied customers who cancel their service. Article

> China Mobile will start large-scale commercial testing of TD-LTE in seven cities by the second quarter of 2012, China Daily reported. Article

And Finally...  ­A team of designers and researchers of the Oslo school of architecture and design last week launched a new film in which they visualize wireless networks in the city. Article

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