Cisco, Extreme, Enterasys and Foundry to launch security-oriented switchesVendors at Interop this week will continue to blur the line between security and network infrastructure products, with Cisco, Extreme, Enterasys and Foundry expected to launch protection-oriented switches and routers. Click here for more.Boeing deploys WLAN location tracking to speed up airplane productionIt\u2019s easy to lose track of something in the world\u2019s biggest building - even a jumbo jet engine. Not that this happens often at aerospace giant Boeing, but the company recently deployed a wireless LAN location-tracking system to keep tabs on all its high-value components and manufacturing equipment. Click here for more.IBM demos RFID tag with privacy-protecting featuresAs use of radio frequency identification technology in supply chain settings progresses, industry experts have been devising ways to address consumer privacy concerns related to item-level RFID tagging. Click here for more.Sun to highlight new storage strategy, productsSun is expected on Tuesday to announce a new storage strategy along with new products aimed at helping customers managing their increasing amounts of data. Click here for more.InteropLabs hits on NAC, VoIP and open sourceThe HotStage event for the 2006 InteropLabs takes place in a drafty warehouse in Belmont, Calif., and is more about long racks of networking gear, box monkeys and T-shirts and jeans - but the work is nonetheless pretty valuable. InteropLabs is the experimental portion of the Interop show network. Click here for details.Drilling down on application firewallsYou already have firewalls, so why would you need an application-specific firewall? Tim Liesman of Borderware takes the Network World Hot Seat to explain what you're missing and how it could hurt you. Watch now.Today on Layer 8, wondering where we left our May pole:South Korea stiff-arms Google; why American Idol crashes your laptop; get a free iPod book; and the winner of our latest Weekly Caption Contest; all this today and more at your home for not-just-networking news.For news updated throughout the day, go to Network World's NetFlash news page.