Wi-Fi Alliance announces 5,000th WiFi certified device; Airvana scores another femtocell deal

> The Wi-Fi Alliance announced that 5,000 consumer and enterprise products have been WiFi certified since the testing program began in March of 2000. Release

> SkyCross, a global antenna solutions company, announced that its antennas power the Samsung SWC-E100 ExpressCard, the first client device for the recent WiMAX launch in Baltimore. Release

> Airvana made a deal with Hitachi to supply its HubBub CDMA femtocell. Article

> Aricent has gone to market with a development kit for LTE Evolved Node B it says can help semiconductor manufacturers speed the development of chips for the fast-emerging technology. Article

And Finally... T-Mobile's mobile broadband network is judged Best of British. Article

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