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MSSI to become part of the Zebra Enterprise
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Apr '08
Zebra Technologies Corporation announced the acquisition of Multispectral Solutions Inc (MSSI). Based in Germantown, MD, MSSI is a global provider of ultra wideband (UWB) real-time locating systems and other UWB-based wireless technology.

Terms of the all-cash transaction were not disclosed. MSSI will become part of the Zebra Enterprise Solutions business unit.

“MSSI's products and technology are an excellent complement to Zebra's Gen 2 passive RFID and other active RFID products,” said John Dillon, senior vice president of Zebra Technologies and general manager of Zebra Enterprise Solutions.

“With a strong reputation for quality and innovation, UWB technology from MSSI is particularly attractive for its locating precision and cost advantages in challenging industrial environments.

It will enable us to provide more solutions for our customers to identify, track and manage assets, people and transactions.”

MSSI products, including its Sapphire DART real-time locating system, are currently used in manufacturing, distribution, retail and government in a broad range of asset and personnel tracking applications.

MSSI systems are deployed to locate personnel in high-risk environments, such as refineries, for greater industrial safety.

Other important MSSI applications include the location and tracking of high-value corporate IT assets in large-scale data centers and the tracking of inventories, material handling equipment and parts in complex manufacturing environments.


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