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Amsterdam WiMAX provider increases download speed to 5 Mbps
WorldMax, the WiMAX operator in Amsterdam, says that subscribers to its Aerea service can now enjoy download speeds of up to 5 Mbps
From Muniwireless, January 19, 2009

Wellington, FL deploys municipal Wi-Fi network for wireless AMR
Wellington, Florida is rolling out a municipal wireless broadband network throughout its 40 square mile (103 square kilometer) area for wireless automated meter reading (AMR) and monitoring of lift stations.
From Muniwireless, January 19, 2009

WiFi Rail announces execution of BART contract
WiFi Rail Inc. and the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) have finalized a 2-year agreement to provide high speed mobile Wi-Fi access throughout the BART transit system and on all BART commuter trains.
From Wi-Fi Rail, January 19, 2009

N.Y. State Terminates $2 Billion Statewide Public Safety Network
The wireless network was planned to link public-safety agencies across the state from the tip of Long Island to Niagara Falls.
From Information Week, January 15, 2009

Central Administration Provides Seamless Connectivity and Customized User Experience Across Large-Scale Metro Wi-Fi Network
Guests and employees at high schools, hospitals and government offices of the Canton (State) of Fribourg, Switzerland, now have free, secure access to a new, large-scale metro Wi-Fi network
From Aptilo Networks, January 14, 2009

Firm plans WiMAX deployment covering 6 million rural U.S. residents
Open Range Communications plans wireless Internet push with $367M in funding
From RCR Wireless, January 12, 2009

New York State Said to Be Close to Dropping Police Radio Project
State officials are close to canceling a $2 billion contract to build a statewide wireless network for emergency agencies after critical tests on the network failed late last year, according to state officials briefed on the results.
From New York Times, January 09, 2009

Markey to Leave House Telecomm Post
Rep. Rick Boucher of Virginia likely to replace him as Chairman of house subcommittee on telecom and the Internet
From Wireless Week, January 08, 2009

Clearwire Launches Mobile WiMAX in Portland
Clearwire launched its Clear-branded mobile WiMAX service here yesterday, claiming it’s making Portland the fastest unwired city in the West.
From Wireless Week, January 07, 2009

The Digital Road to Recovery: A Stimulus Plan to Create Jobs, Boost Productivity and Revitalize America
Spurring investments in IT infrastructure not only can provide an important short-term boost to the U.S. economy; it also can lay the groundwork for long-term economic growth, international competitiveness, and significant improvement in Americans’ quality of life.
From ITIF, January 07, 2009

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