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EPC

Abbreviation for:
early prostate cancer
enhanced primary care
Emergency Protection Co-ordinator
endothelial precursor cells
endocrine pancreatic cancer
endplate current
Energy Performance Certificate 
erosive prepyloric changes
European Pancreatic Club
Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
evidence-based practice centre
exocrine pancreatic cancer
external pneumatic compression
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This Gen 2 PHY began to be called SATA II by the press in the market.
EPCglobal is happy to begin work on extending the very successful EPCglobal Gen 2 standard to support the healthcare industry," said Chris Adcock, president of EPCglobal.
The new label, made specifically for tracking products at the item-level, leverages Gen 2 UHF technology and works on historically challenging items such as unique packaging designs, liquids and metallic products.
Designed to focus more on ROI, performance and improved processes, RSI's "Super" Gen 2 labels are built on a formula separate from the standard Gen 2 labels the company announced earlier this year.
Retailers such as METRO Group have already committed to implementing Gen 2 RFID technology in their supply chain management systems.
Alien will also offer a special Gen 2 training course, entitled Introduction to Class 1 Gen 2 for the European Market, for attendees to RFID Europe 2005.
RSI ID Technologies (RSI), one of the nation's only vertically integrated providers of RFID technology that allows customers to tag, scan and track information, today announced that it is offering finished, fully validated Gen 2 RFID labels under 15 cents per label for volume orders, with a roadmap for pricing under 10 cents per label by December 2006 for customers that make a 12-24 month commitment for Gen 2 label orders.
With Gen 2 products presenting more powerful and complex capabilities, the need for an intelligent edge layer to orchestrate smart reader/device networks for business processes is greater than ever.
RSI has experience building more than 20 million RFID tags, and expects to produce approximately 100 million Gen 2 labels in 2006, ramping total production to approximately 300 million labels per year by 2007.
The EPC Gen 2 standard, currently in the process of standardization by the International Standards Organization (ISO)/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) for global adoption, is the newest and most advanced of the RFID specifications for the ultra-high frequency (UHF) band centered around 900 MHz.
This demonstration meets a key METRO Group objective: we wanted to ensure that our existing RFID systems would seamlessly migrate forward to the ISO-based Gen 2 solution.
Alien Technology(R) today announced plans to offer EPC Class 1 Gen 2 compliant firmware in all Alien ALR-9780 RFID Readers beginning in June 2005.