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Microsoft Unwraps Technology To Support RFID
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/08/2005 01:00:00 AM.

Microsoft’s RFID Infrastructure Taps the Power of the .NET Framework, SQL Server and Visual Studio .NET to Make Integration and Deployment of RFID Easier and Less Costly.

Today at Microsoft TechEd 2005, Senior Vice President of Server Applications Paul Flessner announced a new strategy to develop a scalable radio frequency identification (RFID) technology infrastructure, enabling customers and partners to easily integrate business processes using RFID data. Flessner’s TechEd keynote demonstration was built on an early version of this technology.

Businesses around the world are evaluating how RFID technologies can enable them to streamline business processes and provide real-time visibility into their supply chain. However, adoption of RFID is hindered by many factors, including complexity of device management, lack of standards, limited solutions to cleanse volumes of data, and costly integration with existing business applications. Microsoft Corp.’s RFID infrastructure is intended to address these pain points and stimulate faster adoption of RFID.

Built on top of the .NET Framework, Microsoft’s RFID technology can be embedded within third-party applications or used on its own to capture and interpret data from sensors and manage business events in an easy-to-deploy, user-friendly environment. Companies may use RFID technology to enhance business processes, saving them time and money and improving their visibility into key business performance metrics.

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