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  • IBM Announces 3 New RFID Offerings

    IBM today made three announcements relating to RFID: the launch of a Privacy Consulting Practice, the introduction of an RFID-enabled printer, and the release of software "starter kits."

  • IBM Announces RFID Privacy Consulting

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    The computer giant has created a service to help companies establish privacy policies around the use of RFID, and has also announced a new RFID-enabled printer and RFID starter kits.

  • Taking a Pragmatic Approach to RFID Deployments

    According to AMR Research's Dennis Gaughan, many companies are starting to develop a more pragmatic, targeted roadmap for how to implement RFID.

  • University Opens RFID Research Center

    By Mark Roberti

    With funding from major corporations, including J.B. Hunt, Tyson Foods and Wal-Mart, the University of Arkansas aims to do primary research that will support the adoption of RFID technologies.

  • Cattle Auctioneer Promotes Tracking Plan

    By Claire Swedberg

    A Montana livestock auction company is advocating a simplified cattle-tracking RFID system as an alternative to the one being considered by the USDA.

  • Gartner: Intermec's Program to Accelerate IP Issues

    Research firm Gartner this week released an assessment of the Rapid Start Licensing Program from Intermec Technologies, which began June 1st and will conclude the 31st of August.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Andrew Price

    Paxar demos Gen 2 label production; TAGSYS, STMicroelectronics interoperable; Germany picks Philips chip for passports; HP Taiwan reselling PDC bands for patient tracking; Wavetrend, OxLoc make traceable active ID system; Printronix, Impinj show Gen 2 interoperability.

  • ABI Research: Plug-and-Play RFID to Save the Day

    ABI Research, a technology research firm based in Oyster Bay, New York, believes that the answer to recently reported RFID doldrums can be summed up in three words: plug-and-play.

  • Canadian RFID-Ready Warehouse Opens

    By Bennett Voyles

    RFID services company Ship2Save has begun operating a facility that tags goods according to customer mandates and ships them to their ultimate destination.

  • New Microsoft Release Aims to Democratize RFID

    At Microsoft's Tech•Ed event yesterday in Orlando, Florida, the company announced a new RFID infrastructure aimed at making RFID deployments simpler and cheaper.

  • SAP, OAT Provide Way to Link Platforms

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    With help from Kimberly-Clark, the RFID vendors developed software to connect their platforms and integrate RFID data across a company's business applications.

  • Hong Kong Begins RFID Middleware Project

    By Mark Roberti

    The government is funding a project to develop middleware to make it easier for companies to integrate RFID data with their existing back-end systems.

  • H.K. Launches RFID Supply Chain Project

    By Mark Roberti

    The government of Hong Kong is backing a HK$14 million project that uses the EPCglobal Network to provide end-to-end supply chain visibility for companies manufacturing in China's Pearl River Delta.

  • Low-Cost Chipless RFID Tags Progressing

    An interesting development in the realm of tag prices has been the possibility of non-silicon based RFID tags. "Organic", "polymer-based", or "chipless" RFID tags could bring tag prices down below one cent, at which point the possibilities of item-level RFID tagging shoot through the roof.

  • Symbol Puts Windows in Reader

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Symbol Technologies has embedded Microsoft's Windows CE operating system in its new XR400 reader.

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