"Sweden Boasts World's First ZigBee City," Ember Corp. press release, 1 October 2007 (via EarthTimes.org): "The city of Gothenburg (or Goteborg), Sweden, will soon form the world's largest ZigBee [mesh] network when it deploys the NURI AiMiR Advanced Meter-reading Management (AMM) System for its 270,000 homes... This deployment will also make Gothenburg the world's first ZigBee city... Goteborg Energi AB hopes to save millions of euros by eliminating the need to manually read electric meters at homeowners' premises..."
"Glocalnet, Proxim launch Sweden's 'first' outdoor wireless network," by Pallavi B, DM Europe, 16 May 2007: "Glocalnet, a subsidiary of Norway's Telenor, has selected and deployed Proxim's AP-4000MR access points. The deployment will help the company to launch Sweden's first outdoor internet access network to the country's twenty-five largest towns by June 2007. The new service, Glocalzone, is free of charge for its 500,000 customers, while for non-subscribers prices will range from SEK19 ($2.60) per hour to SEK99 for a full month. Glocalzone involves the deployment of 500 Proxim AP-4000MR access points across Sweden's cities including Stockholm, Gothenburg, and Malmo..."
Roadmap: Wireless Systems 2005 to 2010 by Bo Karlson, Östen Mäkitalo, Mats Nilson and Jens Zander, KTH Wireless Research Centre, 10 June 2005: a 35-page technology forecast that predicts gradual increases in competition between wireless access networks without a radical shift in current trends. Says little about unlicensed bands but emphasizes "technology neutrality" as the important trend in radio regulation.
"Favours free frequencies," by Gittan Cedervall, Invest in Sweden Agency, 22 August 2003, in English: "According to Swedish experts, the use of license-free frequencies can be advantageous for future mobile phone generations..."
"WOS4/Berlin: Öppna spektrum," the copyriot blog, 15 September 2006 - extensive notes (in Swedish) from the "Open Spectrum" panel at the 4th Wizards of OS conference in Berlin, Germany.