Nortel to sell its remaining patents to Google; Japan's NIICT demonstrate 109 Tbps transmission over fiber

Wireline news from across the Web:

> Nortel Networks can proceed with its $900 million sale of its remaining patents to Google's subsidiary Ranger Inc. Release

> WiFi data provider Boingo, which sees an exploding wireless services market, is getting ready to go public. Article

> Northern Switzerland-based ImproWare AG will deploy GENBAND's SAFARI C3 to deliver IP voice and multimedia services to its customer base. Release

> Fujitsu has released a new 100G Transponder and 100G Muxponder cards for the FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet Optical Networking Platform (Packet ONP). Release

> Telekom Austria and the Serbian government deny rumors that the service provider has submitted a new bid to purchase Telekom Srbija AD. Article

> TiVo, DISH Network and EchoStar have settled their ongoing patent litigation. Release

And finally ... Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology has demonstrated 109 Tbps transmission over specially-designed fiber. Article

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