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RFID News Roundup

Splashtop achieves IoT validation from Zebra Technologies ••• Tech Data adds analytics, IoT technologies to its solution factory ••• DELO, Mühlbauer, Impinj intro RFID label manufacturing solution ••• Polte announces U.S. beta launch of mobile IoT location platform ••• Savi Technology offers global sensor to eliminate in-transit blind spots ••• Hub Group launches real-time shipping system ••• Future Market Insights unveils report on RFID in pharmaceuticals.
By Rich Handley
May 16, 2019

Presented here are news announcements made during the past week by the following organizations: Splashtop, Zebra Technologies; Tech Data; DELO, Mühlbauer, Impinj; Polte; Savi Technology; Hub Group; and Future Market Insights.

Splashtop Achieves IoT Validation from Zebra Technologies

Splashtop, a provider of remote-access and remote-support solutions, has announced that it has completed Zebra Technologies' Validated Program for its Splashtop Rugged & IoT Remote Support product. As part of Zebra's PartnerConnect Independent Software Vendor (ISV) program, the Validated Program indicates to customers and partners that Splashtop Rugged & IoT Remote Support has been successfully tested, confirming its performance and functionality with select Zebra devices.

The Rugged & IoT Remote Support system is designed to support Zebra's Remote Control Event Injection Service. As a result, customers can perform remote support for Zebra rugged devices and manage computers. Users have full control of the device screen, allowing them to inject key and touch events into the system while troubleshooting remotely.

Zebra Technologies' Validated Program enables eligible channel partners to test the interoperability of their software with select Zebra mobile computers, scanners, printers and RFID readers, to meet users' application-specific needs while reducing risks and deployment times. Working with Zebra's engineering teams, Splashtop has tested for the interoperability of its Rugged & IoT Remote Support with Zebra's TC52 mobile touch computer.

"We are very pleased to have our Splashtop app Zebra-validated," said Mark Lee, Splashtop's CEO, in a prepared statement. "With this validation, Splashtop Rugged & IoT Remote Support is the ideal solution for companies who want to deploy, manage, and support selected Zebra devices, including those running on the Android operating system."

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