Norway's Telenor plans LTE field trial; Motorola puts UMTS femtocell on hold

> Proxim Wireless announced what it calls the industry's highest throughput 802.11a/b/g/n USB client adapter. The company said the Orinoco 802.11a/b/g/n USB client adapter enables real-world throughput exceeding 150 Mbps for laptops and desktops when used with Proxim's Orinoco AP-8000 and AP-800 access points. Release

> Norway's Telenor ASA plans to launch a LTE field trial this summer in Oslo using LTE radio access and evolved packet core equipment from Huawei Technologies. Article

>  Motorola has put its UMTS femtocell product development on hold and plans to put its femto efforts into CDMA, WiMAX, and LTE. Article

> Starent announced it will release a new version of its Packet Services Card (PSC), boosting the processing and routing capacity four times over its predecessor. Article

> Virgin America said it will offer Gogo in-flight Internet service on every flight. Release

> Motorola announced its 802.11n Wireless Enterprise Branch Office Solution. Release

> Motorola announced the launch of its Long Term Evolution advanced self-organizing network solution that is designed to help operators reduce operational expenses from day one of the deployment of their LTE network. Release

And Finally... Parents use smartphones to soothe their children. Article

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