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  • AT&T Plans Managed RFID Services

    By Jonathan Collins

    The company will soon launch a trial of its new services, including the design, implementation and management of RFID networks.

  • Siemens and AT&T Jump Into RFID

    Today we consider the announcements of two household technology names, Siemens and AT&T. What makes these two particularly interesting is that they represent the first highly-publicized RFID activity by both companies.

  • RFID Consortium Taps MPEG LA

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The patent-management organization will administer the consortium's RFID patent-licensing process.

  • EPCglobal Certifies Gen 2 Hardware

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The organization announced the initial recipients of its Gen 2 hardware conformance certifications, and the accreditation of four performance test centers.

  • Alien Drops Tag Price to 12.9 Cents

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The California tag-maker, which also announced new Gen 1 and Gen 2 Squiggle tags, claims the low price indicates its ability to break further price barriers down the line.

  • IBM and Cisco Serious About RFID

    Amid the flurry of announcements coming out of the EPCglobal conference, some of the biggest names in technology are asserting their commitment to the RFID market with new products and services. Today we look at the announcements of two such heavy-hitters, IBM and Cisco.

  • Msway Buys 100m EPC Tags

    By Jonathan Collins

    The Korean semiconductor distributor has signed a five-year deal to buy 100 million EPC RFID tags from SmartCode.

  • EPCglobal US Conference News

    By Ari Juels

    STMicroelectronics unveils Gen 2 chip; PSC releases handheld with new Sirit reader; Accu-Sort releases RFID software; SAP certifies Acsis' DataLink Integration; SAMSys offers Gen 2 Starter Kit; ConnecTerra releases Enterprise Server; UPM Rafsec Gen 2 OneTenna inlay available; Avery Dennison starts Gen 2 tag production.

  • Cisco Embeds RFID Apps in Network

    By Mark Roberti

    The networking company has embedded RFID filtering capabilities into its hardware and announced new partners.

  • IBM Announces Partnerships, Products

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Big Blue is launching a range of RFID services, many in conjunction with OATSystems or MARC Global and TrueDemand Software.

  • HP and Philips Partner to Spur Gen2 Adoption

    Technology giants Hewlett Packard and Philips Semiconductors today threw their combined weight behind spurring accelerated adoption of Gen2 technology.

  • Startup to Help Companies Make Tags

    By Jonathan Collins

    A new Finnish company plans to help the printing, packaging and labeling industries develop the ability to manufacture RFID tags for their own customers.

  • HP, Philips Partner on Gen 2 Services

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The two early adopters will use their RFID and EPC Gen 2 knowledge to help drive Gen 2 adoption for consumer goods, pharmaceutical and technology companies.

  • Flexibility Key to RFID Vendor Survival

    In this guest article from AMR Research, analyst Dennis Gaughan argues that those RFID vendors who adopt flexible sales, technology, and partner strategies will be the ones that survive and thrive during the next stage of the market's development.

  • Pittsburgh Hospital Pilots Hybrid System

    By Claire Swedberg

    At St. Clair, where a bar code/RFID system tracks medication given to patients, hospital administrators expect to extend the system to track blood transfusions and lab specimens.

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