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Intermec Talks New RFID Products For 2006

From small portable printers to huge forklifts, Intermec Corp. will RFID-enable more mobile devices this year, says Mike Wills, Intermec's vice president of global services, radio frequency identification, and intellectual property. To download or listen to the podcast, click here. To keep informed on enterprise applications, click here

From small portable printers to huge forklifts, Intermec Corp. will RFID-enable more mobile devices this year, says Mike Wills, Intermec's vice president of global services, radio frequency identification, and intellectual property.

To download or listen to the podcast, click here.

To keep informed on enterprise applications, click here.

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