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SAMSys Announces RFID Solutions Partnership with Microsoft

Wednesday 16 March 2005 14:00 CET | News

SAMSys Technologies Inc., an international provider of Radio Frequency IDentification (RFID) hardware solutions and consulting services has joined with Microsoft in providing RFID solutions through the Microsoft Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Partner Advsory Council.

As a member of the Microsoft RFID Council, and operating on a worldwide basis, SAMSys and Microsoft plan to deliver RFID solutions that comply with global standards, are low-cost, simple to deploy, and are built on a robust, scalable, open technology infrastructure. Members of the Council include major consulting firms, system integrators, independent software venders (ISVs), and RFID hardware manufacturers such as SAMSys which designs, produces and implements RFID reader solutions throughout the world. Microsoft and SAMSys have a successful history of working jointly as partners in deploying early stage RFID pilot solutions in the U.S. and Europe with customers such as Jack Links Beef Jerky, based in Wisconsin and KiMs, a Dutch potato chip food supplier. The Jack Links project is a well known Wal(*)Mart compliance project that has recently been implemented with a high degree of success. Through the RFID Council, Microsoft is building an open software platform on which partners can create RFID solutions that enable their customers to provide increased levels of product and asset visibility across their entire enterprise supply chain. As a partner in the Microsoft RFID Council, SAMSys is committed to providing RFID reader systems that support the Microsoft Platform. As such, SAMSys readers will provide support through the Microsoft Platforms software interface such that systems providers can add value to their RFID solutions through Microsoft technologies such as Microsoft Windows(R) CE, SQL Server(TM), BizTalk(R) Server, and Microsoft .NET.


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