Dell, Aruba make 802.11n partnership; Utopian Wireless gets stimulus funding for WiMAX projects

> Dell and Aruba Networks announced a partnership that calls for Dell to offer Aruba's 802.11n networking solutions through Dell's PowerConnect W-Series. Article

> A survey from Morpace, a marketing and research consultancy, also found that nearly half of AT&T's iPhone users would consider switching to Verizon if the exclusive arrangement with Apple comes to an end. Article

>  As operators ready themselves for the migration to LTE, the CFO of Telekom Austria has refused to be dragged along with the crowd stating that its HSPA+ network is still sufficient. Article

> Samsung is hiring engineers to add LTE support to Android. Article

> Utopian Wireless said it was awarded $4 million in federal broadband stimulus funding, bringing its total funding to date to nearly $12 million. The company said the funds are earmarked for 14 WiMAX projects in eight states using its 2.5 GHz spectrum holdings. The company holds spectrum licenses covering 1,400 communities in 24 states. Article

And Finally... You can block any Facebook user except Mark Zuckerburg. Article

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