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Symbol Marches Forward with RFID

By CIOinsight  |  Posted 09-26-2006 Print
Q&A: Anthony Bartolo, vice president of Symbol's RFID and Wireless Infrastructure group, discusses where Symbol and new owner Motorola plan to go with RFID technology.

NEW YORK—On Sept. 19 Motorola announced its plans to acquire enterprise mobility company Symbol Technologies for $3.9 billion. While it was rumored that there was interest in Symbol from Motorola as well as its competitors, the announcement sent ripples through the RFID industry where Symbol has a strong presence in the reader and tag market.


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