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Motorola XR450 RFID provides two-in-one solution
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Apr '08
The Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola Inc announced the new Motorola XR450, an industrial-class fixed radio-frequency identification (RFID) reader featuring both bi- and mono-static antenna ports on one platform to protect RFID investments and decrease deployment complexities.

This new two-in-one solution provides an ideal high-performance RFID reader for both item-level tracking and more demanding supply chain applications.

The XR450 is Motorola's latest version of its best-selling XR family of RFID fixed reader products and includes new management software and enhanced security features like SSH and SSL support to protect information as it moves across external network interfaces.

Additionally, custom applications can be built and hosted on the device, offering the flexibility customers need to accurately read RFID tags in varying environments.

The XR family of fixed RFID readers currently supports deployments around the world, including in many countries throughout the European Union, North and South America and Asia.

With the release of the XR450, Motorola now adds certification and country support for both China and South Korea.

"From the retail store to airline baggage carousels and within closed-loop warehouse environments, Motorola's versatile XR450 fixed RFID reader is an ideal platform to gain inventory visibility and recognize business process efficiencies across the entire supply chain," said Joe White, vice president of business development and marketing for RFID, Motorola Enterprise Mobility business.

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