WiFi-enabled CE devices could reach 1B by 2012; Nearly 1B SMBs are candidates for 802.11n

> ­The WiMAX Forum has issued a report which projects the Indian WiMAX market including devices will be worth $13 billion in 2012. Article

> ­Qualcomm and China's Wingtech Communication, a mobile terminals company, announced that they have entered into a subscriber unit and module/modem card patent license agreement. Article

> ­BT, the UKs dominant landline operator has cut public WiFi rates by up to 50 percent as it launched a new price structure. Article

> Shipments of consumer electronics devices embedded with WiFi technology could reach nearly 1 billion by 2012, according to new research from In-Stat. Article

> Cablevision said it now offers WiFi access to commercial and high-traffic locations across its Long Island, Connecticut and Westchester/Dutchess service areas as an additional service for its high-speed Internet customers. Article

And Finally... ABI Research says nearly 1 billion SMBs are candidates for 802.11n technology. Article

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