iPass says Europeans like Wi-Fi more than Americans; Colubris says enterprises want 802.11n

> A new study by iPass found that European use of WiFi hotspots for business exceeds that of the U.S, and London is the top city for business WiFi users. Use of mobile broadband by enterprise end-users in the U.S. jumped 59% from Q2 2007 to Q2 2008. Release.

> In a survey of IT professionals in the U.S., Colubris Networks found that the vast majority plan to install 802.11n networks, but many still have concerns about it. Release.

> Signals Telecom Consulting forecasts that WiMAX will represent about 5% of broadband connections in Latin America by 2013. Release.

> Motorola launched its WiMAX interoperability testing program, with facilities in Illinois and Taiwan. Release.

> Motorola introduced a WiMAX USB adaptor for laptops and said it would be available in Q4 2008. Article.

> Starent Networks introduced a gateway that protects access to unsecure WLANs or femtocells. Release.

And finally... The world's "greenest museum," the sensational new building for the California Academy of Sciences, will open in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park this weekend. Article.

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