In the News
April 4, 2012
Vizinex Releases Four New Tags for Specialized Applications
The Company, formerly known as RCD Technology, says these products reflect its new focus, and support a variety of commercial applications.
February 17, 2012
Comcast Puts RFID in Data Centers to Track Assets
The solution, provided by Asset Vue, using hardware made by Vizinex RFID and Element ID, enables Comcast’s staff to conduct audits using RFID readers in mere hours rather than days, and to view the locations of servers on its database.
January 11, 2012
Ben Franklin Technology investing $1.7M in 11 Companies
Philadelphia Business Journal
Vizinex RFID (RCD Technology) was approved for $160,000 investment.
April 11, 2011
Ben Franklin Announces 2011 Innovation Award Winners
Vizinex RFID has been awarded the Incubator Graduate Award for best demonstrating successful Ben Franklin business incubation.
January 11, 2011
Oracle White Paper: How to Track Your Oracle Sun System Assets by Using RFID
Vizinex RFID is featured in this white paper published by Oracle. It details the process Oracle underwent to begin using the Sentry-M WW on every Oracle hardware product. This paper also explains how RFID technology works, how best to us the Sentry-M WW from Vizinex, and how to improve your IT asset management using RFID tags.
July 14, 2010
Case Study: Using RFID for asset tagging
Many financial institutions have been retrofitting data centers with Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) systems and replacing barcode labels on their IT assets with passive RFID tags. This is in response to more demanding regulatory requirements mandated by the implementation of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Since the successful implementations of RFID in the financial sector, more companies are starting to employ passive RFID tags to better track and account for their IT assets.
May 25, 2010
Going “Global” Never Looked so Easy
RFID Solutions Online
In today’s supply chain, a product that is developed and specified in the United States may be produced at multiple manufacturing facilities all over the world. Each manufacturing site, whether it is located in Singapore, Vietnam or Ireland, is purchasing components from all over the world. The finished product is then shipped to distribution centers or customers directly – again in locations scattered across the globe. This is what a common supply chain looks like in today’s world. Though divided by mountains and oceans, in reality it is small, and it requires an inventory tracking system that provides sufficient, clean and real time data.
January 22, 2010
Sun Microsystems Piloting RFID Tagging for Financial Customers
A number of financial institutions, including Wells Fargo (Wells Fargo Banks on RFID) and Bank of America (see Bank of America Deploys RFID in Data Centers) have begun employing radio frequency identification to improve their ability to track and account for IT equipment in their data centers.
October 27, 2009
Vizinex RFID passes the Surveillance Audit
Vizinex RFID, Inc. reports that their Quakertown, PA manufacturing facility has once again passed their annual ISO9001:2000 Surveillance Audit.
October 19, 2009
Vizinex RFID Introduces the First Worldwide Tag
Is pleased to introduce the first commercially available Worldwide mount on metal asset tracking tag to meet the FSTC requirements for 860 – 960MHz frequency band. This durable, small form factor tag was developed so that IT Equipment OEM’s could meet customer requests for source tagging without being concerned with the geographical impact of their supply chain.
May 12, 2009
Vizinex Introduces Options for Asset Tracking
The Sentry family of asset tracking tags is the latest offering from Quakertown, PA RFID tag designer and producer Vizinex RFID. Included in the line-up is the Sentry-M and Sentry-M Slim tags which are both mount-on-metal tags providing over 8 feet of read range. In addition, for environments with multiple surfaces, the Sentry tag is an all-surface tag providing 7 foot read distances on metal and non-metal surfaces.
November 12, 2008
RFID-based System Tracked Victims of Hurricanes Gustav, Ike
Living through a hurricane is a traumatic, emotionally taxing experience for anyone—especially those who lack the means to flee from its path. This became glaringly obvious as the world watched and read about the aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in 2005. And it was one of the main drivers behind an emergency program spearheaded in 2006 by Texas Governor Rick Perry.