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Malaysian Players Gear Up for MM Chip
Malaysian companies are hoping that the MM Chip will provide the country an opportunity to compete in the international RFID arena.
Aug 24, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
August 24, 2004—Malaysian companies are hoping that the MM Chip will provide the country an opportunity both to compete in the international RFID arena and to encourage domestic implementations of the technology. U.S.-produced RFID components remain prohibitively expensive for the many Malaysian companies that are interested in the technology but can't afford it. The idea would be for the Malaysian government to give domestic electronics companies exclusive access to MM Chip technology, allowing them to develop products and services around it ahead of competing companies from other countries. Then, with a Malaysian RFID industry in place and the technology recognized in the domestic marketplace, local companies would begin using and implementing RFID as in the U.S. and Europe. But despite such hopes for the MM Chip, others argue that only a mandate from a large local retailer will spur meaningful RFID adoption in Malaysia.
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