TeliaSonera to launch LTE later this year; Report: E band radio shipments to skyrocket

> TeliaSonera has announced commercial LTE services later this year. The first phase will be launched in Turku and the first expansion in Helsinki. Article

 > Meraki announced Thursday two 802.11n wireless access points intended for use in SMBs and enterprises. The access points replace two previous models -- the MR11 and MR14 -- in the cloud-based networking vendor family of 802.11n products. Article

 > Researchers at Texas A&M University say wireless technology is increasingly being used on farms to help produce better crops, generate more income for growers and provide a superior product in stores for consumers. Article

> Visant Strategies estimates that E band radio shipments will grow five-fold between 2010 and 2016 with E band and 60 GHz radio revenue reaching over $500 million in 2016.  Article

And Finally.... An Idaho man's boisterous exercise routine on a bridge above the Spokane River sparked fears that he was about to jump. Article

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