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Intermec: RFID is Proprietary
Jul 07, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
July 7, 2004—If successful, Intermec's recent lawsuit against Matrics, which alleges Matrics' use of proprietary Intermec intellectual property in the production of RFID hardware, will have far-reaching effects on the RFID market. Undoubtedly, Intermec would seek license fees from other important players in the space, for example. While Intermec denies that its actions against Matrics have anything to do with the EPCglobal standards initiative, ABI Research's Erik Michielsen contends, "This definitely clouds the UHF Generation 2 standards discussions and is fueling considerable animosity in the industry."
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