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3Com’s AirConnect Wireless LAN Achieves Wi-Fi Certification
3Com has taken the concept of a high speed wireless LAN from fiction to reality and is set to take the wireless LAN market by storm

802.11B: based on the IEEE 802.11b standard. Market Impact The WECA was formed in 1999 in order to certify IEEE 802.11b, or Wi-Fi as the international standard. 3Com s AirConnect is built on the IEEE 802.11b standard, the only standard available to provide wireless access at Ethernet speeds up to 11Mbps; making a wireless LAN a viable option for any sized corporation. The 3Com AirConnect system requires an access point, priced at $1195 (MSRP-USD) with each wireless AirConnect pc-card costing an additional $219
5/5/2000

Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies in Small and Midsized Warehouses
Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies in Small and Midsized Warehouses. Get Free Evaluation Guides for Cost-justifying Warehouse Management Technologies. The warehouse management system (WMS) concept has matured into a collection of time-tested technologies that reduce inventory costs and increase overall inventory management efficiencies. By implementing WMS technology, organizations can achieve a higher return on their software dollars and provide better service to their customers. A WMS can provide organizations with tangible benefits that improve warehouse operations without adding headcount.

802.11B: built to meet IEEE1 802.11b open systems standards for wireless communications over a TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) network, and allows the addition of third-party devices to operate cost effectively by using the same RF system. Working with WMS Every warehouse, large and small, performs four basic functions: receiving and put away, picking and packing, shipping and inventory control. Below are a few functionality highlights that Sage Accpac WMS offers. Receiving and Put Away
12/8/2006 12:53:00 PM

Made2Manage Affirms Its Technological Astuteness
By continually enhancing functional footprint while concurrently providing technologically advanced solutions, Made2Manage is determined to endure the ongoing market shakeout, although it will have to exert a fierce fight.

802.11B: manufacturers. Based on IEEE 802.11b standards, Mobile Manager should provide mid-market manufacturers with always on mobile access to the Made2Manage Enterprise Business System product suite. The newest Microsoft .NET -based offering that is also browser-based and hardware independent, Mobile Manager should allow mid-market manufacturers to access critical back-office data in real time from anywhere in a warehouse facility using a pocket PC, tablet PC or vehicle-mounted device. To access warehouse
1/20/2003

Who Else is Using Your Wireless Network?
Information technology (IT) security industry experts continue to warn us that wireless networks have significant vulnerabilities. Taking precautions is a smart way to mitigate risks. Relevant Technologies tested Wireless Watch Home 2.0 (WWH) to evaluate its claim as an effective and affordable intrusion detection system (IDS) for home wireless networks.

802.11B: tested WWH on both 802.11b and 802.11g equipment and found that it is compatible with either. Table 1. OTO Software Corporate Information Vendor Name OTO Software Headquarters 1880 Arapahoe Street, Suite 3205,Denver, CO 80202 Product Name Wireless Watch 2.0 Web Site http://www.otosoftware.com/ Contact Information 888-212-1992 Figure 1. WWH alerts you when a new visitor is detected on your network. You can rename the PCs on your network with familiar names such as the various names of members of your
3/18/2005

Top 10 Supply Chain Technology Trends
Top 10 Supply Chain Technology Trends. Search for Information and Other Solutions to Delineate Your Diagnosis In Relation To the Supply Chain Technology Trends. You can’t pick up a business or IT magazine today without seeing numerous articles about the growth of mobile and wireless technologies. Why are these technologies so trendy? The answer is simple: developments in mobile computing, wireless communication, bar codes, and other data collection and communications technologies help businesses extend visibility and control over the operations that really matter to them.

802.11B: you know that Bluetooth, 802.11b/g, cellular and GPS communication are all available in a single handheld device? Did you know improved optics allow 2D bar codes on paper to be read at greater distances (over 50 feet) than 1D bar codes on retrorelective labels? Read on to learn more about how these and other developments are helping make production, distribution, service and other supply chain operations more eicient. Connectivity The various forms of wireless connectivity – Bluetooth for personal area
7/25/2007 3:31:00 PM


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