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By Rich Handley

Advanced ID Electronics Announces NXP RFID-IoT Product Launch With NedCard

Advanced ID Electronics (AdvanIDe), an independent provider of semiconductors for the smart-card, Internet of Things (IoT), Near Field Communication (NFC) and RFID industries, has announced the product launch of NXP Semiconductors' UCODE8 MicroSON-3 package from NedCard, a semiconductor assembly and testing company with plants in Europe and Asia.

NedCard's package solutions are used in smart-card, RFID, sensor, machine-to-machine, IoT and other enabling technologies. AdvanIDe will serve as NedCard's distribution partner for the MicroSON-3.

The company offers technical support, as well as example products and source code, and has experienced field application engineers available at strategic locations. "By working together with NedCard," said Kay Plaumann, AdvanIDe's segment manager for secure access, "we can offer additional packages and services which are required from customers to build successful and trusted RFID solutions, specifically in industrial and IoT applications."

NedCard, according to AdvanIDe, is expanding into new applications and areas of business. "With AdvanIDe, we are pleased to expand on our existing long-term relationship beyond the packaging of smart card ICs," said Maarten Dolf Desertine, NedCard's manager for new business development, in the prepared statement. "We have been working together closely for many years and are now tackling new opportunities to provide value-add to UHF ICs, that expand use cases beyond traditional RFID item tagging applications."

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