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Are Most RFID Warehouse-Management Solutions Web-based?
Is it typical for RFID systems designed for WMS applications to be Web-based, or to work on a client-server setup?
It's difficult to say anything is "typical" in the RFID industry. I would say that many conventional warehouse-, inventory- or logistics-management applications are client-server-based. And these, to some degree, have been modified to handle RFID data.
In general, applications developed for radio frequency identification tend to be Web-based, and a growing number of companies are moving toward using cloud computing. Xterprise is a good example of a firm that has done this, in order to reduce end-user costs.
—Mark Roberti, Founder and Editor, RFID Journal
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