Open source router firm looks to take on Cisco, JuniperVyatta, an open source router company, released the first beta version of its WAN router code this week, with the goal of becoming the networking equivalent of Linux or Firefox, but taking aim at Cisco instead of Microsoft. Click here for more.The Best IssueAmong more than 200 products tested, 48 finalists, including 10 ultimate winners, rise above. Plus: Get detailed results and in-depth test analysis of all Best of the Tests winners and finalists, and a guide to all 200 products tested. Click here for more.Extreme scales up metropolitan EthernetExtreme Networks is readying a large-enterprise Ethernet switch aimed at tying together businesses with advanced Layer 2 VPN services, as well as consumers with high-bandwidth offerings such as IP TV. Click here for more.Airport saturates locale with wireless netsIn January, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, one of the busiest airports in the nation, threw the switch on the second of two wireless networks that blanket all concourses and gates. The system uses fiber, shielded coaxial cable and hardware from LCG Wireless to distribute cellular signals from carrier base stations to ceiling-mounted antennas throughout the airport. Click here for more.SOA vendors ready new waresTwo vendors are expected to unveil products this week that customers say will help them tap their legacy assets more efficiently in a service-oriented architecture environment. Click here for more.Today on Layer 8, where we've got Oscar fever:We kick off the week with our Caption Contest winner and the unveiling of a new contest that could bring you 15 minutes of fame. Plus, we look at a new battleground for the cable vs. telco war and bring some bad news about the alleged new video iPod. All that and more at your home for not-just-networking news.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.