DAYTON, Ohio -- Dorothy Lane Market here is updating information for scales used in service departments at rapid speeds by using Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. "TCP/IP allows us to transmit data throughout store scales at a rate of about 200 items per second," said Jack Gridley, meat and seafood director for Dorothy Lane. "We will be installing the technology in our second store in six months." The Internet protocol runs with software provided by Hobart Corp., Troy, Ohio. ...

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