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  1. 70 Series Ultra Rugged Mobile Computers And IEEE 802.11n
    3/21/2011

    Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) Communications has grown from its initial cable cutting wireless specification in IEEE 802.11 in 1997 to a ubiquitous broadband wireless access technology with the release of current specifications in 802.11n - 2009. By Intermec, Inc

  2. Next Generation Rugged Handheld Device Requirements
    2/9/2011

    Given today’s myriad of mobile device choices for enterprises to consider when evaluating options for their mobile workforce, organizations are increasingly confused and uncertain about their investments. For existing end users, issues relate to the need or viability of an upgraded solution. By Intermec, Inc.

  3. The Price Of Progress: Assessing The Need For A Mobile Computing Migration
    1/25/2011

    A choice of new mobile computing hardware can often have a significant impact on existing software applications and business processes. Perhaps the disruption of a complete overhaul of software and hardware, along with the associated business processes, is more change than a business can bear. Having the prerogative to phase in change on the timetable of your business versus the “rip and replace” timetable of technology is difficult to achieve. By Intermec

  4. Top 5 Tips For Choosing Mobile Printers
    1/25/2011
    This white paper explains the fundamentals, describes what differentiates mobile printers, and provides tips for selecting the model that will perform reliably, efficiently, and affordably in your operations. By Intermec, Inc.
  5. Old Dominion Fine-Tunes Its Pricing Model, Increases Driver Productivity, And Enhances Its Competitive Position With The Help Of Motorola Mobile Computers
    1/25/2011

    In the past, Old Dominion drivers used paper manifests and most of the company’s pricing decisions were based on averages. “We decided to create a system to capture real-time information about each freight pick up and delivery. The goal was to feed data into our pricing model for greater accuracy and to provide the track-and-trace functionality that customers were coming to expect from a leading carrier like ours,” said Craver. By Barry Craver, Director of Freight Processing Applications, Old Dominion

  6. CK71 Mobile Computer
    1/25/2011

    The new CK71 provides everything you need in a mobile computer. Rugged construction, all–day use, fast processing and unmatched versatility.

  7. CK71 Mobile Computer
    1/25/2011

    The Intermec CK71 is the no compromise, next generation ultra-rugged mobile computer that achieves true functional agility with the perfect balance of ruggedness, duty cycle, and ergonomics for the most demanding distribution environments.

  8. Tracking With Mobile RFID At Vidrala
    11/18/2010
    The system, designed and implemented by JSV Informática y Comunicaciones using Intermec technology, has made it possible not only to eliminate pallet identification errors completely, but also to speed up internal movements and reduce handling costs. By Intermec, Inc.
  9. Christmas Hampers With RFID Technology
    11/18/2010
    In Spain, the Christmas hamper (cesta de navidad) is the most popular and most widely-given gift, particularly among businesses. And Grupo Disber is Spain’s leading company in the production, sale and distribution of this product, offering a wide range of hamper options. By Intermec, Inc.
  10. Tracking With Mobile RFID At Vidrala
    11/18/2010

    The system, designed and implemented by JSV Informática y Comunicaciones using Intermec technology, has made it possible not only to eliminate pallet identification errors completely, but also to speed up internal movements and reduce handling costs. By Intermec, Inc.