Friday, December 08, 2006

News Briefs for Dec. 7, 2006 Wireless Week

"Sequans Communications, a supplier and developer of fixed and mobile WiMAX semiconductor solutions, announced that Zvi Slonimsky has joined its board of directors. Slonimsky served as CEO of Alvarion from 2001 to 2005.
Artificial Life, a Hong Kong-based provider of mobile technology and applications, has signed a contract with Israel telecom carrier Pelephone to launch its 2G and 3G content and games in Israel. Pelephone was the first company to offer mobile phone service in Israel.
Meru Networks announced that more than 25 health care facilities across the United States have deployed its wireless LAN system. The Meru solution enables health care organizations to provide improved patient care, safety and service while realizing a cost savings, according to the company. St. John's Hospital in Springfield, Ill., for example, has saved more than $2 million per year with Meru's solution."

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