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Sirit's INfinity 510 RFID Reader receives China certification
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Apr '08
Sirit Inc a leading provider of radio frequency identification (“RFID”) technology, announced that its industry leading INfinity 510 UHF reader (“IN510”) has been certified to operate under China's latest radio regulations.

Sirit has received its compliance certificate from the State Radio Regulation Committee (“SRRC”) in China which confirms the IN510 meets the qualifications of compliance under the operational bandwidth, interoperability and performance standards established in March 2007.

The SRRC is part of the Ministry of Information Industry which ensures that all RFID products sold in China meet specific standards for radio frequency devices.

“Receiving Chinese certification opens up many opportunities for Sirit to fully engage with partners and customers to expand our presence in this important region,” stated Tony Sabetti, vice president of RF Solutions for Sirit.

“According to statistics from IDTechEx, China moved from fifth to third place in terms of countries with the most RFID projects deployed during 2007.

Users in China now have access to what our customers are saying is the best performing UHF RFID reader on the market.

Sirit's design philosophy offers global customers the advantage of having one reader that operates almost anywhere in the world.”

Sirit Inc


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