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  • 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.

  • AmEx Adds RFID to Blue Credit Cards

    By Claire Swedberg

    The financial services company has started issuing contactless payment cards nationwide for its ExpressPay program.

  • SAMSys CEO: Opposition to Royalties is Self-Serving

    The latest development in the industry's ongoing intellectual property saga occurred last week as publicly traded RFID hardware manufacturer SAMSys Technologies announced that it had joined Intermec Technologies' Rapid Start Licensing Program.

  • Produce Industry Seeks Yield From RFID

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    At a convention of produce company executives, speakers seemed hopeful they will cultivate a profit from their RFID deployments, but attendees showed some uncertainty.

  • Reva Announces RFID Network Design

    By Mary Catherine O'Connor

    Venture-funded Reva Systems introduces a standards-based RFID network architecture and a reader-to-network standard, and is developing an RFID infrastructure product.

  • TI and VeriSign Collaborate to Curb Drug Counterfeiting

    Texas Instruments and VeriSign this week jointly announced "Authenticated RFID", a model of RFID data encryption and security that the companies intend to aid the fight against counterfeit pharmaceuticals.

  • Foundation to Create Free EPC Software

    By Claire Swedberg

    The RadioActive Software Foundation plans to develop software for all EPCglobal RFID standards and make that software available to the general public.

  • RFID News Roundup

    By Ari Juels

    Atmel, Innovision make smallest RFID reader; research group considers tags to track mags; Genestra releases reader for Intermec 700 Series; InkSure RF announces patents; Weber releases smart label software.

  • RFID Pharmaceutical Tracking Pilot Rolls Out

    This week saw the announcement of four companies rolling out what is considered the first commercial electronic pedigree program for pharmaceuticals.

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