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Wireless for Power Utilities Uses WiMax Guts
A Silicon Valley startup has combined the technology underlying WiMax with a software-defined radio to build smart grids for electric utilities.
From PC World, January 13, 2010

Los Angeles gets $7.5M for public computer centers
The Los Angeles Computer Access Network has received a $7.5 million Recovery Act grant from the Commerce Department to upgrade and expand 188 computer centers that provide the public with free broadband access.
From Muniwireless, January 13, 2010

Deutsche Telekom Does Muni Broadband
Last year, Deutsche Telekom sealed agreements for 720 partnership deals with municipalities across Germany to expand their broadband networks.
From Newswire, January 12, 2010

Clearwire Preps NY & SF Markets
The company ended last year with around 30 million potential customers covered. This year, CTO John Saw tells Unstrung that the company will go after massive new markets like New York and the Bay Area in an "aggressive" push to reach these big numbers.
From Unstrung, January 11, 2010

Reflections on ‘Sustainable Adoption’ for Round 2 of Broadband Stimulus
Last July when the Round 1 of Broadband Technologies Opportunity Program was announced, Don Samuelson suggested that public housing authorities across the country ought to be applying to BTOP for financial assistance to promote the use of the Internet by their senior residents:
From Broadband Breakfast, January 11, 2010

NTIA and RUS Launch Dating Service For Broadband Stimulus Applicants
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration and the Rural Utilities Service on Thursday launched a new web site designed to foster partnerships and collaborations among broadband stimulus applicants.
From Broadband Breakfast, January 11, 2010

Wireless Washtenaw: What happened?
Wireless Washtenaw, an ambitious initiative conceived six years ago to provide high-speed Internet access to the entire county, is on life support.
From AnnArbor.com, January 10, 2010

Clearwire to Launch First Metropolitan 4G Network in Spain
Clearwire says it is expanding its WiMAX network in Malaga, Spain. The mobile 4G service, called Instanet, will cover the city's entire metropolitan area and nearly 600,000 people.
From Wireless Week, January 08, 2010

FCC Delays National Broadband Plan
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Julius Genachowski today notified Congress that the National Broadband Plan will be delivered about a month late
From Light Reading, January 07, 2010

Minneapolis' $20 million Wi-Fi completed
US Internet hopes to have 30,000 individual customers in three years, as well as growing city use.
From Star Tribune, January 06, 2010

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