RFID mobile technology

MICROSOFT has unveiled Microsoft BizTalk RFID Mobile, a lightweight platform for a variety of mobile devices, which simplifies the development of mobile applications that expose relevant, real-time business information.

MICROSOFT has unveiled Microsoft BizTalk RFID Mobile, a lightweight platform for a variety of mobile devices, which simplifies the development of mobile applications that expose relevant, real-time business information.

BizTalk RFID Mobile enables delivery of relevant information from mobile devices to core business processes for a variety of scenarios, whether for a dock worker verifying a shipment or a pharmacist verifying that the right medicine has been stocked.

Microsoft made available a private beta with general availability expected in late 2008. Customers and partners can participate in the BizTalk RFID Mobile Technology Adoption Program (TAP) by registering at https://connect.microsoft.com/site/sitehome.aspx?SiteID=65.

As part of the Microsoft BizTalk product line, Microsoft BizTalk RFID Mobile underscores the company’s long-term commitment to deliver extensive service-oriented architecture (SOA) and business process management (BPM) capabilities as part of the overall Microsoft application platform.

The platform is a set of compatible, mission-critical technologies and development tools that enable customers to develop applications that work with existing systems.

Microsoft BizTalk RFID Mobile, when used with BizTalk Server 2006 R2, enables real-time decisions by extending business process to Windows CE and Windows Mobile 5.0 applications.

BizTalk Server 2006 R2, Microsoft’s core SOA and BPM technology, which was generally available in September 2007, included advancements for fixed RFID readers including device management, data filtering and business rules, electronic data interchange (EDI), and interoperability with line-of-business adapters for manufacturing, finance and healthcare.

Microsoft also announced the BizTalk RFID Standards Pack, for customers to seamlessly integrate their RFID solutions with Electronic Product Code (EPC) global ratified standards, including Tag Data Translator (TDT) and Low Level Reader Protocol (LLRP) standards.

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