Toshiba TEC Europe and TAGSYS collaborate as leaders in RFID-bar code printing.
TOSHIBA TEC Europe, a retail and industrial automation solutions provider, has announced it has entered into an agreement with TAGSYS, the global leader in item-level RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) A data collection technology that uses electronic tags for storing data. The tag, also known as an "electronic label," "transponder" or "code plate," is made up of an RFID chip attached to an antenna. infrastructure, to integrate TAGSYS' MEDIOT S003 RFID readers into TOSHIBA TEC's B-SX bar code printer portfolio. Available immediately, the integrated solution aims to reduce the total cost of ownership for enterprise ICT (1) (Information and Communications Technology) An umbrella term for the information technology field. See IT.
(2) (International Computers and Tabulators) See ICL.
1. (testing) ICT - In Circuit Test. management infrastructure and guarantees faster time-to-market for bar code printing assets.
The collaboration brings together TOSHIBA TEC's innovative leadership in the bar code printer market and TAGSYS' proven track record of delivering Reliable, Accurate and Secure (RAS (1) See network access server.
(2) (Remote Access Service) A Windows NT/2000 Server feature that allows remote users access to the network from their Windows laptops or desktops via modem. See RRAS and network access server. ) item-level RFID systems and tags that automate labor-intensive processes, authenticate (1) To verify (guarantee) the identity of a person or company. To ensure that the individual or organization is really who it says it is. See authentication and digital certificate.
(2) To verify (guarantee) that data has not been altered. and safeguard goods, and enable real-time inventory and asset visibility. The integrated solution follows testing for product stability, ease of use and compatibility.
"The RFID market continues to evolve and is looking to companies like TOSHIBA TEC and TAGSYS to help guide it," said Elie Simon, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of TAGSYS. "Our strategy in partnering with leading companies like TOSHIBA TEC will result in a greater ability for both our companies to deliver integrated turnkey and interoperable end-to-end RFID solutions that successfully meet specific item-level RFID needs."
The joint European RFID-enabled bar code printing solution combines TOSHIBA TEC's state-of-the-art bar code printing technology and TAGSYS' industry leading RFID chipsets and tags. Together, the companies will develop projects and solutions that will support customers' requirements associated with automating, improving and reducing localized solutions' operating and maintenance costs.
"Since entering the European market, TOSHIBA TEC has seen the interest of RFID enabled solutions grow rapidly in recent months," said Manabu Niwase, director product & marketing, TOSHIBA TEC Europe. "The partnership with TAGSYS brings together our strength in R&D, innovation and market presence with TAGSYS' specialized expertise in item-level RFID systems. Together, we expect to bring rich solutions to our customers that will result in immediate and significant ROI (Return On Investment) The monetary benefits derived from having spent money on developing or revising a system. In the IT world, there are more ways to compute ROI than Carter has liver pills (and for those of you who never heard of that expression, it means a lot). ."
The new OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer) The rebranding of equipment and selling it. The term initially referred to the company that made the products (the "original" manufacturer), but eventually became widely used to refer to the organization that buys the products and agreement enables TAGSYS to provide continued RFID performance enhancements and new architecture support to TOSHIBA TEC's customers. The integrated solution addresses the demands of easy integration, accuracy and the presence of a high-processing radio processing unit operating at 13.56MHz (MegaHertZ) One million cycles per second. It is used to measure the transmission speed of electronic devices, including channels, buses and the computer's internal clock. A one-megahertz clock (1 MHz) means some number of bits (16, 32, 64, etc. using minimal computing power for Windowsr or UNIX based Refers to a Unix operating system. The operating system may comply with the UNIX specifications governed by The Open Group, such as Sun's Solaris, or it may be an operating system based on the architecture and principles of Unix, such as Linux. operating environments.
TOSHIBA TEC Europe has earned a reputation as a leading manufacturer of retail and industrial information systems through product development that aims to anticipate and uncover potential customer needs, resulting in products that provide real value and benefits to the user.
As a total solution provider, TOSHIBA TEC Europe offers a complete package from consulting and system design to system installation, operation and maintenance of point of sale systems, cash registers, scales, barcode printers, peripherals and software information systems.