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Zebra (NASDAQ: ZBRA) makes businesses as smart and connected as the world we live in. Zebra tracking and visibility solutions transform the physical to digital, creating the data streams enterprises need to simplify operations, know more about their businesses, and empower their mobile workforces. For more information, visit www.zebra.com.

Product Line-up:

Handheld Computers

Increase efficiency, productivity and customer service levels, inside the four walls or out in the field, with Zebra handheld mobile computers. To learn more, visit the Zebra Handheld Computers page.

Wearable Computers

Zebra's comfortable yet durable wearable computers are built with the latest data capture and voice technology, keeping workers' hands and eyes on the tasks at hand. To learn more, see the Zebra Wearable Computers page.

Vehicle-Mounted Computers

Maximize productivity and deliver flawless fulfillment in even the most challenging warehouse environments with Zebra's vehicle-mounted computers. To learn more, see the Zebra Vehicle-Mounted Computers page.


Zebra's tablets deliver the consumer styling workers are used to with the enterprise class features they need to get the job done - inside the four walls or out in the field. To learn more, see the Zebra Tablets page.

Mobility DNA

Zebra's Mobility DNA is the industry's most comprehensive suite of off-the-shelf, end user apps, robust administration utilities and effortless app development tools. Working as one with our full line of Android mobile computers, these solutions help enterprises connect every strand of their mobility platform, for a simplified, integrated solution. To learn more, see the Zebra Mobility DNA page.

Zebra Technologies Corporation
Corporate & International Headquarters
3 Overlook Point
Lincolnshire, IL 60069
Phone: 1-847-634-6700
Fax: 1-847-913-8766
Web: www.zebra.com

Zebra News
Zebra study reveals one-half of manufacturers globally to adopt wearable tech by 2022
Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), the market leader in mobile computers, scanners, and barcode printers enhanced with software and services to enable real-time enterprise visibility solutions, today revealed the results of the Zebra's 2017 Manufacturing Vision Study, a body of research analyzing the emerging trends shaping the future of industrial manufacturing. The global study revealed manufacturers are adopting the IIoT to enhance visibility and improve quality. [See Zebra press release] -- Posted Monday, July 31, 2017 by chb

Chicago Communications Community recognizes Zebra Technologies for intelligent enterprise campaign
Zebra Technologies Corporation (NASDAQ: ZBRA), the market leader in rugged mobile computers, barcode scanners and barcode printers enhanced with software and services to enable real-time enterprise visibility, announced its "Intelligent Enterprise" campaign has earned two notable communications industry awards, the Golden Trumpet Award and Skyline Award in the B2B marketing category. [See Zebra press release] -- Posted Saturday, July 15, 2017 by chb

Zebra Technologies announces first-quarter results
Zebra Technologies announced results for the first quarter ended April 1, 2017. GAAP net sales were US$865 million in the first quarter of 2017 compared to US$849 million in the first quarter of 2016. Net income for the first quarter of 2017 was US$8 million, compared to a net loss of $26 million for the first quarter of 2016. “During the quarter, our team extended Zebra’s leadership through superior execution of our strategy. As a result, we drove better-than-expected first quarter sales performance in our Enterprise segment and achieved earnings per share near the top end of our guidance range. We also retired another $80 million of debt, keeping us on track for at least $300 million of pay down for the full-year,” said Anders Gustafsson, chief executive officer of Zebra Technologies. [See Zebra press release] -- Posted Wednesday, May 10, 2017 by chb

Zebra launches updated TC70x ultra-rugged handheld with either Android or Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise
Now that Microsoft Windows 10 IoT Mobile Enterprise is finally here to replace the old Windows Mobile/Embedded Handheld, industry leaders are starting to offer rugged handheld hardware that supports both of the operating systems. The latest example is Zebra's updated TC70x ultra-rugged touch computer. Newly equipped with hexa-core Snapdragon processors and a slew of tech enhancements, the 4.7-inch handheld with integrated industrial-grade scanner is targeted at various enterprise deployments. [See description, analysis and specs of the Zebra TC70x] -- Posted Wednesday, December 14, 2016 by chb

Zebra and IoT leaders identify "Intelligent Enterprise" as decade's most impactful trend
Zebra Technologies announced that global leaders from healthcare, retail, transportation and logistics and manufacturing validate the "Intelligent Enterprise" as the defining trend of the decade for industries globally. Less than six months after introducing its vision for Enterprise Asset Intelligence, Zebra, in partnership with the Technology and Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard (TECH) assembled 40 leading executives, industry experts and policymakers for the 2016 Innovation Symposium: The Intelligent Enterprise. A whitepaper summarizes the outcomes of the discussion along with considerations paramount to the successful adoption and deployment of IoT solutions and how organizations can harness their full potential. [Access TECH whitepaper] -- Posted Monday, December 12, 2016 by chb

Zebra introduces TC5 Series of enterprise-class touch computers
Zebra Technologies introduced the TC5 Series of "touch mobile computers." Looking like modern smartphones, the 5-inch capacitive touch Android-based handhelds bring industrial-grade scanning, enterprise-class durability, hexa-core Snapdragon 650 power, as well as as enhanced security to the table. Zebra offers configurations with or without Android for Work and the Google Mobile Services. [See Zebra media release and RuggedPCReview's description, analysis and specs of the Zebra TC5 Series] -- Posted Monday, November 14, 2016 by chb

Zebra scores IDSA International Design Excellence Award
Zebra Technologies announced that the TC8000 enterprise mobile computer has been named a Gold winner in the 36th annual International Design Excellence Awards (IDEA) conducted by the Industrial Designers Society of America (IDSA). The TC8000 — competing against over 1,700 design projects from 30-plus countries in IDEA 2016 — is a rugged handheld mobile computer with an innovative design that has proven to increase productivity and reduce fatigue for workers in highly intensive barcode scanning environments. [See Zebra media release and RuggedPCReview's description, analysis and specs of the Zebra TC8000]
-- Posted Monday, August 22, 2016 by chb

Zebra introduces comprehensive wearable computing solutions for enhanced warehouse worker productivity
Zebra Technologies introduced Total Wearable Solutions, a dedicated family of wearable technology components aimed at making hands-free, speech-directed scanning and picking more accurate, more comfortable, and more productive. Centered around the Android-based WT6000 wristmount industrial computer, the solution includes quick-connect headsets, a variety of ring-style 1D and 2D scanners, and dedicated software to pull it all together. [See Zebra news release and RuggedPCReview's description, analysis and specs of the Zebra WT6000] -- Posted Thursday, June 30, 2016 by chb

Zebra Technologies study finds seven in ten decision makers to accelerate warehouse technology investment by 2020
Zebra Technologies announced the results of its latest Warehouse Vision Study, which compares input from 1,378 IT and operations warehouse professionals. It shows how responses shifted between 2013 and 2015, as well as on expectations in 2015 versus 2020. In essence, consumer expectations will drive increased investment in IT and operational functions in warehouses over the next four years as manufacturing and logistics companies continue to adjust to delivering directly to consumers. In 2013 that meant more warehouse locations, but in 2015 emphasis is on more items shipped, shorter delivery times, labor performance and order accuracy. This means moving to more modern, full-featured warehouse management systems, real-time location systems, bar code scanning, voice picking, tablets, and IoT projects. Mark Wheeler, director, Warehouse Solutions, Zebra Technologies, said, "We see this as an enormous area of opportunity: providing workers with the tools they need to do their jobs accurately and productively will help companies meet and exceed customer expectations for accuracy and on-time delivery." [See Zebra news release and Warehousing 2020 infographic] -- Posted Tuesday, April 26, 2016 by chb

Gamber-Johnson announces new Zebra TabCruzer docking stations
Gamber-Johnson announced a series of TabCruzer docking stations for the Zebra ET50/55 rugged tablets as an easy solution to meet material handling and other fleet vehicle connectivity needs. The TabCruzer for Zebra has tested and passed MIL-STD 810G vibration and shock testing, SAE J1455 crash testing, and cycle testing @ 30,000 cycles for lock and docking mechanism. [See Gamber media release and TabCruzer product page] -- Posted Friday, March 11, 2016 by chb

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