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IBM, Microsoft and Oracle Tailor Middleware to RFID
Arguably the world's three most important software companies are all making progress with their RFID plans.
Sep 01, 2004—This article was originally published by RFID Update.
September 1, 2004—Arguably the world's three most important software companies are all making progress with their RFID plans. IBM is piloting some of its offerings with Metro, while Oracle is working with international shipping company DHL. Microsoft has a project underway with Denmark's snack-food producer Kims, working to integrate RFID capabilities into its BizTalk and SQL Server.
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