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Wisconsin plant is part of NCR's global RFID initiative

Viroqua, Wis. -- A former paper converting plant in this southwestern Wisconsin community is part of the giant NCR Corp.'s push to become a major global player in radio frequency identification.

The plant, part of NCR's Systemedia group, produces various types of labels and thermal trans......

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The company's belief in RFID is further evidenced by its recent hiring of William Nuti to the posts of president and chief executive officer (CEO) of NCR. Nuti served since December 2003 as president and CEO of Symbol Technologies, where he positioned the company as a leading supplier in the RFID industr......

Full article >>> ure hardware and on professional services such as integration. The Financial Services Group is working on contactless payments for shipments. The Teradata group is working on data warehousing and analytics.

Overcoming the challenges

NCR says the labels and thermal transfer ribbons it produces at Viroqua overcome some of the challenges of RFID tags. Industry observers point......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Katy Williams 11/02/05


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