Top Deployments - November 2009

— November 06, 2009

FedEx is slated to begin deployment of the new Motorola MC9500 rugged handheld mobile computer to its couriers by mid-2010. FedEx is testing a few hundred engineering models. The company currently has 100,000 mobile handheld devices in the field worldwide and scans 7.5 million packages per day.

Delta Airlines is expanding its use of AirClic's scanning solution to track cargo. Delta already uses the solution at its Atlanta hub and plans to deploy the handheld devices at New York JFK, Los Angeles and Cincinnati later this year. 

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is deploying 2,000 Motorola i365 phones on the Sprint network equipped with Nextel Direct Connect and the TeleNav Track navigation and tracking service. Several hundred phones are already in use, and the rest are ready for use in case of emergency.

Dolphin Fast Food consolidated networks at 19 of its Burger King franchises using SonicWALL TZ Series and NSA Series Unified Threat Management firewalls. Each site has separate, segregated networks for the LAN supporting the cash register system, the secured WLAN supporting the staff wireless, and guest WLAN.

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