This week's New Disruptors video is up on CNNMoney. In this episode, I speak with Vanu Bose, the founder of Vanu, about how wireless networks could be more like the Internet if they were open to all devices (as the FCC is requiring in the rules for the upcoming auction of broadband spectrum). Vanu's technology, software radio, can help connect multiple wireless standard to the same network, whether it's GSM, CDMA, or iDen. Thus, the open-device rules could really play into its hands. Vanu is also an investor in Frontline Wireless, which was hoping to use Vanu's software radio technology to build a network that could seamlessly switch to support public-safety radios in cases of emergency. Frontline's plan looks like it may be in jeopardy now, but Vanu still hopes to cash in on the need for device-agnostic wireless networks.