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Barcodes, Inc. Names Jon Myalls VP of Sales for the United States

Posted January 8, 2015

2fcc647Barcodes, Inc., North America’s recognized leader in the delivery of Automated Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) solutions, announced today that Jon Myalls has been promoted to Vice President of Sales for the United States. Jon has served as Barcodes, Inc.’s Director of Sales for the past 2 years, and overall has more than 15 years of sales experience in the technology industry.

“Jon is a tremendous sales leader,” said Dan Nettesheim, CEO of Barcodes, Inc. “With his leadership we expanded our sales team by 50% over the past year and experienced tremendous growth. This promotion reflects Jon’s contribution to our business results as well as the leadership he will continue to provide to our sales efforts in North America.”

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Dedicated Operating System for AIDC?

Posted March 25, 2014

2014-03-25_0915Automatic identification and data capture (AIDC) and the technologies surrounding it have become commonplace on warehouse floors and in supply chains throughout the world. From convenience stores to major supermarkets or from global shipping centers to your local post office, chances are you’ve seen a handheld device that can instantly scan and share information through phone lines or through a wireless connection.

When thinking about the operating systems behind these devices, one might come to a conclusion that a single operating system would dominate the installed population. The reality is that there are three major variants that are in use in the AIDC space:

  • Legacy Operating System — A platform that continues to be used in spite of its obsolescence and incompatibility with modern equivalents.
  • Mobile Device Operating System — A mobile device OS generally built to support functions (keyboards, email, text messaging, etc.) and features commonly available on mobile consumer devices.
  • Dedicated Handheld Operating System — A operating system specifically developed to support functions necessary for AIDC use (retail floor, warehouses, manufacturing, etc.).

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Cipherlab Launches their New 8600 Mobile Computer

Posted February 10, 2014

CipherLab is very excited to introduce the 8600 series mobile computer with the CipherLab Operating System (COS). Running on COS, the 8600 series focuses on typical AIDC applications that are specific to the company’s needs. It is equipped with a color display facilitating data classification by preferred colors. Its flexible designs include swappable keypads of 29 or 39 keys that can be switched when the users see fit. Weighing only 240 grams, the 8600 series allows for comfortable usage with excellent mobility.

The 8600 series also comes with proven WLAN 802.11 b /g / n and the latest Bluetooth 4.0 that efficiently deliver real-time data transmission. Versatile reader options of linear imager, laser, 2D imager and option RFID allow for favorable fashions of data collection. Along with easy-to-use software tools, such as Forge Application Generator, Remote Console and Text Browser, the 8600 series facilitates easy startup and provide more efficient IT management.

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Intermec To Be Acquired by Honeywell

Posted December 10, 2012

Intermec, a leading provider of mobile data collection hardware and information management solutions, announced a definitive agreement under which Honeywell International Inc, a diversified technology and manufacturing leader, will acquire Intermec for $10.00 per share in an all-cash transaction valued at approximately $600 million, net of cash and debt acquired. Businesses around the world increasingly require more robust asset tracking and data capture applications and the combined entity will be a technology and information management solutions leader in the Auto Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) industry.

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