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Wednesday, July 21, 2004

Cheap, Easy RFID? via Informationweek

Microsoft prepares to enter the radio-frequency ID market by tuning its products and collaborating with partners.For months, Microsoft has been ramping up development as it prepares to enter the RFID market in the first half of next year. Its engineers are coding RFID specifications into three of the company's enterprise-resource-planning applications--the Axapta, Great Plains, and Navision suites--and into BizTalk Server, which plays a central data-integration role in Windows environments.Windows may get an RFID injection next. The windows platform will be RFID-enabled.Within the operating system, RFID support probably would be akin to a device driver, the piece of code that allows a printer or a network device to work with a computer.Microsoft is sizing up the RFID market, from top to bottom, to see where it should push hardest. Microsoft's expanding activity will influence the broader market.Microsoft is expected to drive standards and influence how data is managed as it's transmitted from readers.
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