ALSO NOTED: Sandia develops secure UWB network; Wireless machine-to-machine market to soar; and much more...

> Sandia National Laboratories, in cooperation with a pair of private contractors, has developed a secure wireless Ultrawideband data communication network that can be used to help sensors monitor US Air Force bases and DOE nuclear facilities and wirelessly control remotely operated weapon systems. Release

> The worldwide market for wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) communications will grow from $24 billion in 2004 to an estimated $270 billion by 2010. Release

> Verizon wants waiver of wireless priority access rule. Article

> Intellisync offers mobile email to rival BlackBerry. Article

> NetGear adds MIMO to access point. Article

And Finally... New world record set for the amount of computer data sent over a point-to-point wireless channel. Article

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