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  • / Technology

    RFID skills shortage receding, but still hindering technology adoption

    69% of organizations surveyed by CompTIA believe there’s not enough RFID expertise in the IT talent pool. 68% says that’s slowing the technology’s broader use.

    Posted 06/04/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    69% of organizations surveyed by CompTIA believe there’s not enough RFID expertise in the IT talent pool. 68% says that’s slowing the technology’s broader use.
  • / Press Release

    RFID, LTD. Announces Strategic Alliance status with Alien Technology Corporation

    DENVER, Colo., May 29, 2007 – Leading radio frequency technology company RFID, LTD. (OTC: RFDL) today announced strengthened cooperation with Alien Technology Corporation (NASDAQ: RFID). Alien Technology® provides UHF Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products and services to customers in retail, consumer goods, manufacturing, defense, transportation and logistics, pharmaceuticals and other industries. "The agreement enables RFID, LTD. to...

    Posted 06/01/2007

    DENVER, Colo., May 29, 2007 – Leading radio frequency technology company RFID, LTD. (OTC: RFDL) today announced strengthened cooperation with Alien Technology Corporation (NASDAQ: RFID). Alien Technology® provides UHF Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products and services to customers in…
  • / Technology

    Retail industry spending on RFID not keeping up with budget plans

    The overall promise of RFID in retail environments is leading to larger budgets for RFID projects, but many retailers, confused about what to deploy, are holding off on spending, Aberdeen Group says in a new study.

    Posted 05/01/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The overall promise of RFID in retail environments is leading to larger budgets for RFID projects, but many retailers, confused about what to deploy, are holding off on spending, Aberdeen Group says in a new study.
  • / Press Release

    RFID Track & Trace Solution from Cactus Commerce Offers Supply Chain Visibility to Customers

    Cactus end-to-end RFID solution to be demonstrated at RFID Journal LIVE! OTTAWA, ON and ORLANDO, FL - May 1st, 2007 - The RFID Track & Trace Solution developed by Cactus Commerce that allows logistics companies to extend the business benefits of RFID to major retail and consumer packaged goods manufacturers is being featured today at RFID Journal LIVE! in Orlando, Florida. "Cactus Commerce RFID solutions leverage the Microsoft BizTalk RFID...

    Posted 05/01/2007

    Cactus end-to-end RFID solution to be demonstrated at RFID Journal LIVE! OTTAWA, ON and ORLANDO, FL - May 1st, 2007 - The RFID Track & Trace Solution developed by Cactus Commerce that allows logistics companies to extend the business benefits of RFID to major retail and consumer packaged goods…
  • / Technology

    Manufacturing Insights forms RFID Executive Council for retailers

    Best Buy and Sears will help kick off the inaugural meeting of the RFID Executive Council on Sept. 28 with presentations on an “alternative RFID technology” that involves item-level tagging of several product categories.

    Posted 08/25/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Best Buy and Sears will help kick off the inaugural meeting of the RFID Executive Council on Sept. 28 with presentations on an “alternative RFID technology” that involves item-level tagging of several product categories.
  • / Press Release

    Texas Instruments Expands Its RFID Management Team

    Company Adds Directors for Wireless Commerce, Laundry, Library; Healthcare and Pharmaceutical; and Engineering Sectors DALLAS, TX (April 27, 2005) Texas Instruments Incorporated, a worldwide leader in radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, announced the expansion of its RFID management team with the addition of three new director positions. The company has named Shawn A. Rogers, director of Wireless Commerce and Tag-it(TM) products;...

    Posted 05/02/2005

    Company Adds Directors for Wireless Commerce, Laundry, Library; Healthcare and Pharmaceutical; and Engineering Sectors DALLAS, TX (April 27, 2005) Texas Instruments Incorporated, a worldwide leader in radio frequency identification (RFID) technology, announced the expansion of its RFID management…
  • / Press Release

    ABI Research Debuts Unique Online RFID Industry Research Tool

    Oyster Bay, NY - April 21, 2005 - The radio frequency identification market is huge and varied. Hundreds of companies, large and small, are active in the design, development, manufacturing and deployment of RFID tags, readers, labels, software and integration services. Until now, it has been difficult to do a systematic comparison of these firms and their technologies. ABI Research has now provided a solution: the RFID Industry Database, which...

    Posted 04/22/2005

    Oyster Bay, NY - April 21, 2005 - The radio frequency identification market is huge and varied. Hundreds of companies, large and small, are active in the design, development, manufacturing and deployment of RFID tags, readers, labels, software and integration services. Until now, it has been…
  • / Technology

    RFID support systems moving to mid-size companies, analyst says

    While RFID has become a buzz term among talk of supply chain trends, it’s still mostly associated with efforts of major retailers like Wal-Mart Stores and Target. But now RFID vendors are expanding their offerings for smaller companies.

    Posted 09/03/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    While RFID has become a buzz term among talk of supply chain trends, it’s still mostly associated with efforts of major retailers like Wal-Mart Stores and Target. But now RFID vendors are expanding their offerings for smaller companies.
  • / Technology

    Target Corp.’s RFID directive helps RFID momentum, UCC says

    Target has directed its top suppliers to begin using RFID tags on shipments in the spring of 2005 – a move that complements other developments that will make the product-tracking technology a reality in the retail industry, the Uniform Code Council says.

    Posted 02/25/2004Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Target has directed its top suppliers to begin using RFID tags on shipments in the spring of 2005 – a move that complements other developments that will make the product-tracking technology a reality in the retail industry, the Uniform Code Council says.
  • / Press Release

    IMRA Introduces Web-based RFID Course

    "Discovering RFID" Developed in Conjunction with ePC Group and Sun Microsystems On January 25, 2004, the International Mass Retail Association (IMRA) will unveil the first-of-its-kind Web-based Discovering RFID management training course. Designed as a primer for retailers and product suppliers on the successful implementation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology, Discovering RFID is geared toward mid- to senior-level managers who...

    Posted 01/13/2004

    "Discovering RFID" Developed in Conjunction with ePC Group and Sun Microsystems On January 25, 2004, the International Mass Retail Association (IMRA) will unveil the first-of-its-kind Web-based Discovering RFID management training course. Designed as a primer for retailers and product suppliers on…

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