RFID acquisition

Wednesday, 30 July, 2008

Impinj has acquired Intel’s RFID operation, a business created by Intel’s New Business Initiatives incubator and which developed the R1000 RFID reader chip.

The acquisition adds a high-performance, highly integrated reader radio chip to the Impinj family of UHF Gen 2 RFID products.

For developers of UHF RFID readers and reader-modules, the R1000 chip provides high levels of design flexibility, integrating onto a single chip 90% of the components required for a reader radio.

By delivering performance and integration the chip enables all reader form factors — fixed, mobile, embedded and others — in applications across numerous markets, including supply chain management, asset tracking, authentication and access control.


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