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Sep 5 2007   7:10AM GMT

Channel news: Cisco’s enterprise Wi-Fi; Microsoft settles patent suit

Bcournoyer Brendan Cournoyer Profile: Bcournoyer

Cisco unveils 802.11n wireless LAN access point for enterprises Cisco Tuesday jumped into the IEEE 802.11n wireless LAN market with a two-radio access point based on the draft standard and aimed squarely at its huge enterprise customer base. [Network World]

Microsoft, Eolas Settle Patent Dispute The nearly decade-long browser patent infringement dispute between Microsoft and Eolas Technologies is over. Terms of the out-of-court settlement were not disclosed. [eWeek]

Oracle Buys Networking Vendor Netsure, Eyes Others Oracle did a bit of Labor Day shopping, announcing over the weekend a deal to purchase Irish network optimization technology maker Netsure Telecom. [ChannelWeb]

Virtual PCs and SaaS force IT to rethink Windows desktop Microsoft’s Windows and Office won’t fall into the tar pits any time soon, but ideas like virtual desktops and SaaS are real threats to tradition. [SearchWinIT]

Yahoo Buying Ad Network for $300 Million Yahoo Inc. is buying online advertising network BlueLithium for $300 million in cash, building upon an expansion aimed at ending a financial malaise that has ravaged the Internet pioneer’s stock price. [Associated Press]

Google denies its Apps just a Microsoft Office add-on Google officials don’t like the suggestion that their own employees depend mostly on Microsoft Office even as Google Apps makes headway into the enterprise collaboration and e-mail market. [Network World]

Intel to quickly reply to regulators on STMicro deal Intel Corp., the world’s largest chip maker, will quickly provide information sought by U.S. regulators over its plans to merge its chip unit with STMicroelectronics, and expects a prompt response, its chairman said. [Reuters]

Confusion 2.0: Keep a Tight Grip on Personal Data In a report, Fortinet researchers warn that respected sites are lowering users’ security defenses. [eWeek]

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