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January 2007
Intermec Inc. recently announced Medallion Complete, a new world-class extended service coverage programme for Intermec data collection equipment. Available in 14 countries around the world, Medallion Complete covers eligible Intermec devices against incidental damage experienced in the work environment.
 
January 2007
Intermec Inc. today introduced the Adaptable Load Backrest and Antenna Cell system. This ground-breaking RFID (radio frequency identification) forklift installation system allows forklift drivers to use RFID and other data collection technologies to gather complete real-time inventory data efficiently and safely without leaving their vehicle. Intermec partnered with Cascade Corporation, the world leader in the design and manufacture of lift truck attachments, to create an RFID-enabled forklift system that integrates durable, rugged inventory and data collection technology with existing forklift equipment. The system improves performance and safety while significantly reducing the cost of RFID forklift deployments in warehouse applications.
 
November 2006
The primary mission of the Lighthouse for the Blind is to create jobs for those living with vision loss. The organisation’s 25,000 square-foot (2,300m2) St. Louis packing facility fulfils this mission by assembling large medical kits for the U.S. government. With warehouse management and speech recognition technology from Intermec Inc. and Genesta, the organisation’s blind employees can now locate and pick items to help the company ship hundreds of kits each year.
 
November 2006
The City of San Jose, Calif. has selected CN3 mobile computers, the world’s smallest rugged mobile computer, from Intermec Inc. for its police department as part of the city’s Electronic Citation Project. The project is being developed in close partnership with Intermec Honours Program partners 3i Infotech Inc., MobileFrame LLC and Cogent Systems (Nasdaq: COGT).
 
October 2006
Intermec Inc. today introduced the CV30, the most flexible, rugged, fixed-mount computer in the world. With a choice of Microsoft Windows CE.NET 5.0 or Windows Mobile 5.0 operating systems, multiple mounting options, Cisco® Compatible WiFi®, Bluetooth® and RFID support, the CV30 can be deployed just about anywhere. And we mean anywhere. The CV30 is ruggedly built to excel in dirty and dusty environments, freezing conditions and water wash-down procedures.
 
October 2006
Intermec Inc. today introduced the CN3, the smallest rugged mobile computer in the world. The CN3 mobile computer is packed with communications capabilities that ensure users have access to voice and high-speed data wherever they go, for increased productivity. With integrated GPS and Bluetooth® capabilities, the CN3 increases efficiency and improves safety by enabling onscreen and hands-free turn-by-turn voice navigation. With 3G WAN and Cisco Compatible WiFi® connectivity, users can be connected with voice and high-speed data anywhere, increasing their flexibility and productivity. The choice between area imager and 1.3 megapixel camera means CN3 users can scan and decode any kind of barcode or capture still images, such as signatures or video images that can be stored for later use or sent immediately anywhere in the world.
 
October 2006
RFID, mobile computing and data collection technology leader Intermec Inc. has named RedPrairie, a global leader in supply chain technology solutions, an EMEA Premier Honours Partner. The announcement expands a long-standing relationship. RedPrairie has been an Intermec Partner in the U.S. for more than 10 years.
 
August 2006
Customers rank Intermec Technologies best in its class for technical expertise, market expertise, customer service and support, according to a global survey of end-users by Venture Development Corp., a leading technology market research and strategy firm.
 
July 2006
Intermec, Inc. (NYSE:IN) and Symbol Technologies, Inc. (NYSE:SBL), pioneers and leaders in automated identification and data capture (AIDC) technologies, have reached an agreement that settles all outstanding intellectual property (IP) disputes between the two companies.
 
June 2006
Intermec Inc., a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, has announced its support for Microsoft BizTalk RFID. Intermec’s RFID team worked with Microsoft to test and refine Microsoft BizTalk RFID, which has been designed to allow all users to simply and easily incorporate RFID information and data into a variety of applications and end-to-end business processes.
 
June 2006
Intermec Inc. has announced it has been recognised by Cisco Systems, Inc., as Cisco's U.S. Solutions Technology Integrator (STI) Partner of the Year for 2005, during Cisco's annual Partner Summit in San Diego, Calif. This is the second consecutive year Intermec has been named a Cisco U.S. STI Partner of the Year.
 
May 2006
METRO Group, one of the world’s largest retailers, has gone live with Intermec Inc. Gen 2 RFID (radio frequency identification) technology in its Cash & Carry wholesale stores throughout Germany. As of the first of April, METRO suppliers have been able to ship tagged pallets with Gen 2 RFID technology.
 
May 2006
Intermec Inc has named JADE Communications Limited, to its Premier Solutions Partner Program. As the UK’s leading Systems Integration company, JADE specialises in the consultation, design, deployment and integration of end-to-end network, hand-held mobility and bar-code printing solutions.
 
May 2006
A dedication to developing and strengthening supply chain technologies and a special understanding of customer requirements are two of the reasons Intermec Inc. has been awarded the 2006 Frost & Sullivan Supply Chain Management Enabling Technology of the Year Award. Intermec received special recognition for development of its Intellibeam EL10 barcode scan engine, the only ADC scan engine to use MEMS-based technology.
 
April 2006
In the past, companies that have wanted to purchase value-priced printers sacrificed ruggedness and performance to pay a lower cost. Intermec’s feature-rich EasyCoder® PD41 changes that. The PD41 bar code printer, housed in a rugged metal case, makes best-in-class performance and versatility for transportation and logistics, light industrial and retail applications affordable for all.
 
 
February 2006
In the emerging world of RFID-enabled inventory tracking, the forklift can become a powerful supply-chain information tool. This is the view of Intermec, an RFID pioneer and leading supplier of Gen 2 RFID technology and equipment, and Cascade, the world’s largest manufacturer of forklift attachments, who have now unveiled a prototype forklift of the future. The prototype incorporates RFID technology built into a forklift’s infrastructure, replacing today’s cumbersome and inefficient bolt-on approach to data collection.
 
 
December 2005
Reading, Berks – 14 December 2005 – Until now, retailers too often have been forced to rely on a variety of application-centric, proprietary technologies for their store operations and store management applications. The result has been a combination of mobile devices, operating systems and software development tools that have made it difficult, if not impossible, to reduce support and training costs. Intermec Technologies new modular CN30 mobile computer system changes all that.
 
 
December 2005
Reading, Berks – 14 December 2005 – Intermec Technologies has launched first-ever EPCglobal Generation 2 (Gen 2) RFID vehicle-mount reader. As Intermec’s first packaged forklift-mounted RFID reader system, the IV7 is designed for serial attachment to the Intermec CV60 vehicle mount computer. Both are built to withstand the rigours of harsh, industrial environments and carry IP65 ratings. The CV60, acting as the local host for the IV7, provides network management and security features that a simple serial reader cannot match.
 
 
September 2005
Intermec Technologies Corp. and Symbol Technologies Inc., pioneers and leaders in automated data capture technologies, have reached an agreement that settles their RFID (radio frequency identification) intellectual property dispute. In addition, all other pending and anticipated legal actions have been placed on hold while the two companies attempt to resolve their remaining intellectual property disputes.
 
August 2005
Sweden Post, which handles 20 million pieces of mail daily, is to equip its drivers with interactive handheld computers from Intermec Technologies Corp. to provide real-time data capture during deliveries. The agreement includes 2,500 Intermec 761 ruggedised handheld computers and accessories, as well as vehicle-docking stations, chargers and holsters, and a comprehensive service and support package.
 
August 2005
Intermec Technologies and its Honours Premier Partner ZETES today jointly announced that ZETES is the first company to gain accreditation from Intermec to sell and support its market-leading RFID products on a Pan European basis.
 
 
July 2005
Intermec Technologies has launched its all-new CN2 mobile computer, a rugged, powerful and reliable pocket-sized mobile data collection device for tough mobile computing applications. Its ergonomic design provides easy, single-handed operation in a form factor small enough to carry almost anywhere that data collection is required.
 
 
July 2005
Intermec Technologies has launched the CK31 mobile computer, a new, rugged version of Intermec’s popular CK30. The CK31’s combination of Microsoft® Windows® CE .NET operating system and versatile display make it possible to run virtually any data collection application, from legacy terminal emulation to modern Web-based graphical programs, providing an easy platform for application support and development. The lightweight but rugged mobile computer is ideal for warehousing, manufacturing and distribution environments.
 
 
June 2005
In a move to drive continued development and deployment of state-of-the-art RFID systems and to accelerate adoption of RFID, Intermec Technologies Corp. and Zebra Technologies Corp. have announced that Zebra has joined Intermec’s Rapid Start RFID intellectual property licensing program. The Rapid Start Licensing Program provides Zebra access to a number of Intermec portfolios of patented RFID technology, including RFID tags, fixed and portable readers, and fixed and portable printers. In addition, Zebra (NASDAQ:ZBRA) has exercised the cross-licensing provision of the Rapid Start program, providing Intermec access to Zebra’s RFID innovations.
 
 
June 2005
Reading, Berks – 27 June 2005 – SAMSys Technologies Inc. (TSX:SMY), of Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada, has joined Intermec Technologies Corp.’s Rapid Start RFID intellectual property licensing program, the companies have announced. The 90-day Rapid Start Licensing Program, provides SAMSys full access to one of four RFID IP portfolios, the Fixed RFID Reader and Fixed RFID Printer Portfolio.
 
 
June 2005
IBM and Intermec Technologies have completed the installation of a fully functioning EPC Generation 2 RFID (radio frequency identification) system at the METRO Group’s Future Store in Rheinberg, Germany.
 
 
June 2005
Intermec Technologies today announced it is teaming with SAP AG (NYSE: SAP) to launch an RFID starter kit for consumer goods companies.
 
 
May 2005
Intermec Technologies and The METRO Group, recently carried out the industry’s first public demonstration of an EPC Generation 2 RFID (radio frequency identification) system at the METRO Group’s stand at the 2005 ECR Europe Conference and Marketplace.
 
 
March 2005
Technologies Corp., a pioneer in automated data capture technologies, on Wednesday filed suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware charging Symbol Technologies of Holtsville, New York, with infringement of Intermec intellectual property related to key Intermec wireless access, terminal and software technologies. Symbol products infringe six Intermec patents, according to the lawsuit.
 
 
 
March 2005
Reading, Berks – 14 March 2005 – Intermec Technologies has learned that Symbol Technologies, of Holtsville, New York, has filed a lawsuit in Delaware alleging that Intermec has infringed Symbol patents in the area of wireless communications. Intermec strongly believes there is no basis for this lawsuit.
 
 
 
January 2005
Solution used across 300 trucks delivering to 1000’s retail outlets
 
January 2005
Intermec 700 mobile computers to be used across DRC fleet of more than 100 vehicles
 
January 2005
FedEx Express and Intermec Technologies have teamed up to develop a new dispatch system designed to capture accurate information about package pickup and delivery operations in real time
 
January 2005
• 700 series ruggedised mobile computers being used in Aramex depots across 30 countries
 
January 2005
The growing demand from Enterprise organisations for ruggedised mobile solutions has seen Intermec’s ruggedised mobile computers become one of the hottest selling IT products in the ME region.
 
January 2005
Intermec will be bringing their advanced Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to the Middle East, exhibiting the technology at Gitex for the first time.
 
May 2004
Brussels, Belgium, 24 – 26th May 2004 - Intermec Technologies, a leader in the development, manufacture and integration of wired and wireless automated data collection and mobile computing systems, will be showcasing its involvement in EPC and RFID technologies at this year’s ECR European Conference and Marketplace exhibition.
 
March 2004
Intermec Join Forces With Microsoft Business Solutions to Offer New Solution for Wholesale and Distribution to Small to Medium Sized Enterprises
 
March 2004
- Configured for both Bluetooth™ and Wireless LAN easy connectivity - Advanced linear imager technology for faster, more reliable barcode scanning - Compact, lightweight design suited for in-premise environments such as retail and healthcare - Windows Mobile for Pocket PC Operating System and Intel® XScale™ processor for greater application flexibility and performance
 
March 2004
READING, UK, 25 July, 2003 - Leading supermarket retailer Tesco has announced it is to purchase nearly 10,000 of Intermec's market leading handheld computer device, the 700 Series Color, for use throughout its UK store network. A powerful, reliable and easy-to-use handheld computer, the Intermec 700 Series Color offers exceptional flexibility and functionality designed for supplying real-time information from across businesses
 
March 2004
UNOVA Inc. (NYSE:UNA) today announced Tom Miller has been named president of Intermec Technologies Corp., which comprises UNOVA’s Automated Data Systems division. Miller, who formerly served as Intermec executive vice president responsible for global sales and marketing, succeeds Larry D. Brady, who for the past three years served in the dual roles of UNOVA chief executive and Intermec president. Brady continues his UNOVA leadership as chairman, chief executive officer and president.
 
 
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