So Long, Cell Towers

So Long, Cell Towers
Wired News Report

12:20 PM Apr. 13, 2005 PT

The makers of "Stratellite," an airplane-like device, believe it will revolutionize the broadband and wireless industry -- if it ever gets off the ground.

Wisconsin communications company Sanswire unveiled its almost-finished prototype of a hard-framed, unmanned airship designed to fly in the stratosphere 13 miles above the earth and send broadband and mobile phone signals to an area the size of Texas.

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Ericsson sues Sendo, citing patent infringement

Ericsson sues Sendo, citing patent infringement

23/03/2005 by John Tilak

Swedish telecoms company Ericsson has sued the UK handset supplier Sendo for patent infringement in several countries.

The complaints allege that Sendo's mobile phone products infringe certain Ericsson patents covering GSM and GPRS technologies.

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Nortel accused of infringing on six patents

Nortel accused of infringing on six patents

The Associated Press
Posted January 19 2005

LINTHICUM, Md. ยท Ciena Corp. is accusing Nortel Networks Corp. of infringing on six patents related to Ciena's communications networking systems and technology.

The U.S. telecom equipment maker said Tuesday it had filed a complaint against the Canadian-based firm in the U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Texas.

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