Meru buys Identity Networks; Motorola Solutions sees government, enterprise demands for technology

> Figures from Simplifydigital reveal that nine out of 10 broadband customers in the U.K. are completely unaware that they can access free Wi-Fi. Article

> ­Wireless LAN vendor, Meru Networks says that it has acquired UK based Identity Networks, provider of guest and device access management software. Through the acquisition, Meru customers will be able to provide policy based, wired and wireless network access for guests and employees that bring their own devices into the company. Article

> Greg Brown, CEO of Motorola Solutions, said both government and enterprise have increased spending on technology in an effort to improve efficiency during these challenging times. Motorola Solutions saw sales of $2.1 billion in the second quarter of 2011, up 6 percent annually, which the company attributed to solid demand across both its government and enterprise segments. Article

> ZTE announced what it claims is the industry's first four-path TD-LTE Remote Radio Unit that operates at a bandwidth of 40MHz and transmits with a power of 80W. Article

And Finally... An Ohio woman frustrated by the mix-up of the trash pick-up schedule after the Labor Day holiday decided to haul her own garbage--right into her mayor's office. Article

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