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Hattiesburg, Miss., Considers Wi-Fi
The city council is preparing to vote Tuesday on a contract with Hattiesburg company MegaGate Broadband, which currently provides the bulk of its technological infrastructure, to install the service later this summer.
From Hattiesburg American, May 13, 2006

Nokia, Google Partnership Highlights Wi-Fi Trend
The Wall Street Journal reported Friday on its Web site that Nokia will launch on Tuesday a version of its handheld Internet browsing device containing Google's Google Talk service, which allows for voice connections and instant messaging. It is an upgrade to a Nokia product that came out last year, the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet, the Finnish company's first mobile device that also isn't a cellphone.
From Cellular News, May 13, 2006

IBM, Alvarion WiMAX Alliance for Public Safety
Alvarion has announced an alliance with IBM to offer and deliver wireless systems to municipalities and their public safety agencies. Based on a unique pilot wireless network implementation in Fresno, the 6th largest city in California, the IBM and Alvarion information communication technology (ICT) system is comprised of IBM's suite of productivity-enhancing mobile applications built on Alvarion's broadband and mobile wireless systems.
From BusinessWire, May 10, 2006

IBM, Alvarion WiMAX Alliance for Public Safety
Alvarion has announced an alliance with IBM to offer and deliver wireless systems to municipalities and their public safety agencies. Based on a unique pilot wireless network implementation in Fresno, the 6th largest city in California, the IBM and Alvarion information communication technology (ICT) system is comprised of IBM's suite of productivity-enhancing mobile applications built on Alvarion's broadband and mobile wireless systems.
From BusinessWire, May 10, 2006

IBM, Alvarion WiMAX Alliance for Public Safety
Alvarion has announced an alliance with IBM to offer and deliver wireless systems to municipalities and their public safety agencies. Based on a unique pilot wireless network implementation in Fresno, the 6th largest city in California, the IBM and Alvarion information communication technology (ICT) system is comprised of IBM's suite of productivity-enhancing mobile applications built on Alvarion's broadband and mobile wireless systems.
From BusinessWire, May 10, 2006

IBM, Alvarion WiMAX Alliance for Public Safety
Alvarion has announced an alliance with IBM to offer and deliver wireless systems to municipalities and their public safety agencies. Based on a unique pilot wireless network implementation in Fresno, the 6th largest city in California, the IBM and Alvarion information communication technology (ICT) system is comprised of IBM's suite of productivity-enhancing mobile applications built on Alvarion's broadband and mobile wireless systems.
From BusinessWire, May 10, 2006

Wi-Fi Push for Downtown Phoenix
"While it's an amenity now, I think it will be an expected piece of infrastructure in the not-too-distant future," said Brian Kearney, chief executive officer of the Downtown Phoenix Partnership. "If we don't pursue this, we are shooting ourselves in the foot."
From Arizona Republic, May 09, 2006

Five Reasons Why Rural VoIP Is Just a Dream
From battery life to the marketplace, five reasons why the promise of wireless VoIP is taking some time to deliver.
From VOIP News, May 09, 2006

Arab-World Telecom Decision Makers to Gather
Nearly 500 decision makers and high-level experts from around the Arab world will gather here later this month for a key conference that will focus on the latest developments in telecommunications, with special emphasis on the Internet, and the opportunities and challenges they pose for countries of the region.
From Khaleej Times, May 09, 2006

Arab-World Telecom Decision Makers to Gather
Nearly 500 decision makers and high-level experts from around the Arab world will gather here later this month for a key conference that will focus on the latest developments in telecommunications, with special emphasis on the Internet, and the opportunities and challenges they pose for countries of the region.
From Khaleej Times, May 09, 2006

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