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Itronix Corp. has announced an agreement to offer its wireless computing customers the Hand Held Products Dolphin 7900 mobile data computing terminal. The Dolphin 7900 is a ruggedized Windows Pocket PC device in a small PDA form factor that can read bar codes and capture digital images or signatures, as well as communicate wirelessly with a variety of networks and technologies. www.handheld.com FleetLinc

Itronix Corp. has announced an agreement to offer its wireless computing customers the Hand Held Products Dolphin 7900 mobile data computing terminal. The Dolphin 7900 is a ruggedized Windows Pocket PC device in a small PDA form factor that can read bar codes and capture digital images or signatures, as well as communicate wirelessly with a variety of networks and technologies. www.handheld.com

FleetLinc is a web-based fleet management software system from CES Wireless that offers remote tracking, sensor monitoring, text messaging and even command of vehicle controls when combined with the company's in-vehicle devices. As a web-based system, the subscription service can be accessed at any location with Internet service. www.ceswireless.com

The dedicated contract carrier Salem Carriers Inc. has moved to the TMWSuite fleet management system from TMW Systems. Operating 600 tractors, Salem Carriers has also decided to use ResultsNow, the system's web-based, real-time performance monitoring application.

An agreement with Iridium Satellite will add satellite-based wireless data communications to Quake Global's vehicle tracking and monitoring terminals. Iridium has a low-earth orbit (LEO) network of satellites that offer complete global coverage.

RoadLink USA, which describes itself as North America's largest intermodal trucking logistics company, now offers customer online access to document images through its website, www.roadlinkusa.com. It says a wide range of documents are now available at the website.

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