Extreme's WiFi product targets tablets, smartphones; Hollywood must board the online video train

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> Extreme Networks released a new compact WiFi access point that it says will simplify 802.11n deployments and will accommodate the growing use of wireless smartphones and tablets on a business' wireless LAN. Article

> IPC Systems, a provider of communications services to financial firms, has appointed Tim Carmody as VP of Global Engineering for IPC Network Services. Release

> Incognito Software is offering a new service that will enable any wireline service provider to test TR-69 interoperability between their networks and any TR-69-compliant device they want to run on their networks. Article

> Skype rival Messagenet argues that the EU should block any anti-competitive bundling of Microsoft Windows software with the Internet phone service. Article

> Allied Telesis has introduced a new series of indoor and outdoor Gigabit Optical Network Terminals (ONT) that incorporate IPv6 migration features. Release

And finally ... Hollywood studios need to realize that making their titles more readily available in a streaming format, not DVDs, may be the best way to raise entertainment revenues. Article

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