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RFID maker Alien Technology named to CW 100 list
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Oct '13
Alien Technology, an industry leader in Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Ultra High Frequency (UHF) products and services, announced the company has been named to Connected World Magazine's 2014 CW 100 list recognizing the most innovative providers of machine-to-machine (M2M) technology and connected devices.

Introduced in Connected World's Oct/Nov issue, the CW 100 represents the top companies that are demonstrating significant market traction and pursuing game-changing technologies in connectivity. Alien Technology has been named to the CW 100 list the past four years.

Alien's RFID products and services are used to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and security of supply chains, logistics and asset tracking operations. Alien is unique in being able to offer the full set of RFID products and services including RFID tags, integrated circuits, RFID readers and related training and professional services. Alien serves a broad array of applications including retail, consumer goods, manufacturing, defense, transportation/logistics and pharmaceuticals.

"Alien helps our customers successfully leverage RFID across a broad range of high-volume applications, and this requires a combination of vision, expertise and a full set of differentiated products and services," said Mike Frieswyk, Alien Technology, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. "We are pleased to be to be recognized by Connected World Magazine for dedication to enabling an RFID revolution."

Alien readers, tags and chips are all aimed toward providing robust, real-word RFID performance, especially in challenging environments. Alien links these products with its unique services including the industry recognized Alien Academy that accelerates customer RFID knowledge and arms customers with knowledge to implement the most optimal system in the most practical and pragmatic manner.

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