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Barcoding Inc. Extends Offering with New System and Security Analysis Service for Wi-Fi.

BALTIMORE -- Barcoding Inc. Taps Wireless Network Veteran Richard Schrock to Head Up the Company's New Wireless Builders Division to Capitalize on Corporate Wi-Fi Boom

Barcoding Inc. (, a leading service provider of automated data collection and wireless communication systems, announced today its new Wireless Network Analysis and Security Audit Service for Wi-Fi as part of the company's Wireless Builders division. The Wireless Builders division provides clients with site surveys, installation, integration, and repairs for data collection products and wireless networks.

With an emphasis on security and performance, Barcoding's Wireless Builders division has developed a complete process for checking the efficiency and security of wireless networks so organizations can fully leverage their wireless assets. With extensive experience across multiple industries, Barcoding already has hundreds of successful wireless site surveys and installations in place for clients like GNC, London Fog, and R.E. Michel.

"Going to a wireless network made sense to us financially because it gives us the flexibility to move hardware and people without running new cables or rewiring the network," said Phil Woolford, Director of IT at R.E. Michel. "Wireless Builders had the experience that we were looking for, the strong relationships with the hardware and software manufacturers, and the customer service level that made us feel that we were getting the best set-up for our specific requirements."

As part of the Wireless Network Analysis and Security Audit Services, customers receive a preliminary consultation and on-site network and spectrum analysis, validation of infrastructure layout, and an access point and RF terminal audit. As part of the security analysis, organizations can take advantage of Barcoding's Intrusion Detection System process for monitoring activity, usage, and access of their network. This enables organizations to easily identify when someone is trying to access their network and with the GPS addition they can physically pinpoint the location of the intruding device.

"Barcoding Inc. has a proven track record in the wireless networking space from our successful data collection implementations for multiple customers in a range of industries and with a wide spectrum of environmental conditions," said Richard Schrock, Vice President of Professional Services for Barcoding. "The new division takes that expertise and applies it to Wi-Fi, while still keeping our solid offerings for RFID and barcoding customers."

According to the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), total spending in the United States on wireless communications will grow in 2004 by 7.6 percent to $144.7 billion. TIA reports that Wi-Fi technologies represent a small but rapidly growing component of the wireless communications services. Spending on Wi-Fi services is expected to increase from $48 million in 2004 to $270 million in 2007.

Wireless Builders division technology specializations include 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, Wi-Fi, Symbol professional service provider Certification, CCNA and CCDA certification. They provide spectrum analysis, performance recommendations, hardware and software configuration upgrades, and security analysis.

About Barcoding Inc.

Barcoding Inc., recently named to the Inc 500 list, is a Baltimore-based technology company that installs and integrates wireless solutions and systems for the manufacturing, distribution, and warehousing industries. The company's capabilities range from on-site professional services to business-to-business e-commerce. With offices throughout North America and Europe, Barcoding services Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and medium and small businesses. For more information, visit
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Date:Dec 14, 2004
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