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Attendance forrepparttar Broadband Wireless Show is projected to be in excess of 60,000 people. “We’re looking forward to this,” says Bob Kirkpatrick, Wind’s Chief of Technology. “But we want to getrepparttar 133398 word out both for ourselves and forrepparttar 133399 line of equipment we use and sell. The advances by companies like Mikrotik and Tranzeo are amazing and permit us to build some incredible solutions.”

Wind Wireless has been designing and building wireless networks for business, government, and education since 1989. For more information, visit their website at


Bob Kirkpatrick is the Chief of Technology at Wind Wireless, Inc. networking pioneers since 1989, Wind Wireless, Inc. provides consulting and web design, wired and wireless equipment, and turnkey systems to individuals, businesses and government.

Walmart is Watching ... Almost

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sales channels will achieve higher efficiencies and allow even lower pricing making it harder and harder initially for non-RFID-enabled low-volume channels to compete with high volume RFID-enabled channels. However, as RFID prices drop and RFID penetrates,repparttar cost of RFID-infrastructures will drop andrepparttar 133397 cost-benefit equation for deployment of RFID in low volume channels should turn positive. Then there isrepparttar 133398 possibility of new businesses starting that providerepparttar 133399 RFID infrastructures to low-volume channels in return for data rights. This business probably looks similar torepparttar 133400 Sitemeter that I currently have enabled on this site, tracking traffic flow and providing detailed analysis ofrepparttar 133401 traffic flow for a price.

For now, though, rest easy. The economics say RFID is inevitable, but evenrepparttar 133402 Internet took a few years to really take hold.

Steven Damron is the editor of Blogalicious - The Intersection of Technology and Culture.

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