Palm OKs Motorola Chip Tweets about from Light Reading OR Light Reading OR @Light Reading

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Expanding on its successful collaboration with PalmSource, Inc, provider of the world’s leading operating system for handheld and smart phones and the Palm OS(r) subsidiary of Palm, Inc, Motorola’s (NYSE: MOT) Semiconductor Products Sector today announced that its DragonBall MX1 microprocessor has been certified for the recently delivered Palm OS(R) 5. The certification enables Motorola to provide complete processor solutions to licensees of the Palm OS 5 platform, which is designed to make mobile computing more ubiquitous. To achieve the distinction of certification, the DragonBall MX1 had to meet PalmSource rigorous standards for quality, usability and the ability to develop world-class Palm OS 5 solutions. “This certification means that Palm OS 5 licensees can save significant development time, enabling them to focus their technical resources on innovation and differentiation based on their own areas of expertise,” said Omid Tahernia, vice president and general manager of Motorola’s Wireless and Mobile Systems Division. “With its low power consumption, high level of integration and performance, the DragonBall MX1 was developed to redefine market expectations and empower developers to deliver the speeds and robust ‘infotainment’ applications that consumers demand.” The DragonBall MX1 addresses the expanding needs of the handheld computing and smart phone market with intelligent integrated peripherals, multimedia capabilities, an advanced processor core and power management capabilities to build a new class of devices that will help make mobile computing faster and much easier to use. According to a report published by the research firm IDC in April 2002, consumers purchased thirteen million PDAs last year and will buy twenty-two million in 2004.

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Aarkstore Enterprise – Radio Frequency Identification (rfid) In Pharmaceuticals

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2 way radio microphonesAarkstore announce a new report “Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Pharmaceuticals – Supply Chain Security Concerns Provide Impetus for RFID Adoption” through its vast collection of market research report.

Summary

The leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research, two Way Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) in Pharmaceuticals – Supply Chain Security Concerns Provides Impetus for RFID Adoption. It provides key data and analysis of the major factors affecting the market for RFID in the pharmaceuticals industry. This pharmaceutical and healthcare report also analyzes the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats in the RFID market within the pharmaceutical industry and the key market drivers and barriers to the adoption of RFID in the industry.

The report is based on proprietary databases, primary and secondary research, and in-house analysis by GBI Researchs team of industry experts.

The global market for two Way Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) products and services in the pharmaceutical industry was valued at $112m in 2008 and is expected to grow to $884m in 2015 at a CAGR of 34% over the same period. The market for RFID hardware is the largest at the initial stages of adoption in the pharmaceutical industry. Service providers are gaining market share by integrating their services with one-stop solutions. The share of hardware in the RFID market is estimated to be 60% in 2008 and includes tags, readers and label printers. The share of software and services in the RFID market is estimated to be 40% in 2008. RFID services include installation, integration, training, maintenance and IT support.

Analysis suggests that the RFID technology is in the early stages of adoption within the pharmaceutical industry. The market for RFID in pharmaceuticals is hampered by low adoption rates due to apprehensions over high investments and the lack of a clear business case. However, solutions for the pharmaceutical industry are evolving to address the concerns responsible for the slow growth. RFID vendors are offering pilot kits for the pharmaceutical industry to test and evaluate RFID technology so that clients can understand the technologys costs and benefits. RFID adoption rate will be low initially due to budget restrictions in the pharmaceutical industry as a result of the global recession and subsequent cost cutting measures. However, the adoption rate is expected to increase rapidly due to mandates from retailers like Wal-Mart and from regulatory authorities like the California Board of Pharmacy for the implementation of e-Pedigree in the supply chain. In essence, RFID is the most promising solution for the elimination of counterfeits in the pharmaceutical supply chain. However, realization of the technologys potential benefits is possible only if apprehensions about the initial costs of implementation, return-on-investment and a weak business case are addressed.

Scope

The scope of this report includes:
– Analysis of the opportunities and challenges for Radio Frequency Identification technology providers in the pharmaceuticals industry
– Market revenues and forecasts for RFID solutions in the global pharmaceutical industry from 2008 to 2015
– The market for RFID hardware, software and services in the pharmaceutical industry including track-and-trace solutions and e-Pedigree solutions
– Qualitative analysis of the market drivers, barriers, future outlook and challenges for RFID adoption in the pharmaceutical industry
– Coverage of key geographies including the US, Germany, the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Japan
– Analysis of technology adoption framework for RFID hardware, software and services in the pharmaceutical industry
– Information and analysis on the competitive landscape and the leading market players such as Alien Technologies, SupplyScape, Zebra Technologies Corporation, TAGSYS Inc and IBM

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making and will enable you to:
– Formulate strategies to increase your companys growth by understanding the new growth opportunities for RFID technologies within the pharmaceutical market
– Draft efficient strategies by understanding best practices, identifying key winners and losers and who is best positioned to take advantage of the emerging market opportunities
– Overcome regulatory and technology hurdles by identifying the key trends shaping and driving the RFID markets in pharmaceutical industry
– Make more informed business decisions from the insightful and in-depth analysis of the market for RFID in pharmaceuticals and the factors shaping its adoption
– Differentiate yourself from competitors and develop new solutions for the pharmaceutical industry by understanding the current competitive landscape and how it is evolving to meet the needs of the pharmaceutical industry

Walkie Talkie Frequency Technology To Lead The Retail Future

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Although Retail Changing, but how to buy things, the right to choose also Consumption By hand, the customer is God’s truth has not changed, but Service Customer’s content has undergone a slight change. And change the survival of the fittest.

Consumers in the eyes of motorola SL4000 walkie talkie frequency technology

Retail world a revolution is brewing. Customers in the mall can be Tag , Learned that a fish’s bottom line: Where is produced, Genetic Gene, on what benefits people; “smart shopping cart”, which recognize the items into the car and figure out the price, as long as you can walk the balance sheet channel of payment; mall staff, inventory of goods no longer have to worry about what happened. In Truck Moment of storage, intelligent systems have already started counting. Number of orders, the actual purchase amount of the sale of goods on the shelves, the need for replenishment, etc., these data can be found in the system at any time.

Principles of radio frequency technology

This wonderful mystery shopping is that RFID (Radio frequency) applications. RFID system is the core of a small radio Chip , Can be applied to the product label, then with the reading device can get the appropriate information. It is to produce and Transport Process as a starting point, can be traced to the goods in the international freight lines for each stage of the state.

Radio frequency technology

RFID is the reason for change will cause the retail industry. Because it brings not only convenient, but also changed the store’s Management , The goods from the data to the financial Security To purchase orders and then to service personnel, management of all aspects different from the past; it accelerated the pace of supply chain operations, according to statistics, the use of new technology to make the goods from the factory to the shelves of the average time from a week reduced to one day half.

Future Store Initiative is the retailers and consumer goods IT Industry and Services Cooperation Development of innovative retail technology, participants are German retail giant Metro, the United States, Wal-Mart and Tesco. RFID technology has several retail giants in this business practice, some use up. Can be expected, to participate in future competition in the retail industry, RFID or related technologies and equipment will ultimately can not be avoided.

Technically come out on top in the peer business is bound to take the forefront. May lead changes in the industry may adapt to changes in the industry. Future competition in the retail trade but not necessarily a fundamental change. Technical equipment in the final analysis is to learn things through the learning management tools also increased. Are in line with the consumer mind, deal with various business state change, it is necessary pondering. The face of erratic consumer psychology, consumer tendency to different consumer groups, almost none of the retail model may be invincible. [Keyword Search]: Toys Retail RF Technology Market Large In Small Print I want to comment