2013年4月27日 星期六

Identive bags orders for four million NFC tags

Three million NFC Type 2 tags will be used for a mobile retail application in France and one million NFC TOM? (Tag on Metal) phone stickers will enable a banking and payment program in Africa. 800,000 of the NFC tags and all of the NFC phone stickers are scheduled to ship during the current quarter.

Additionally, the Company announced that its Tagtrail? mobile services delivery platform is currently deployed by a leading European mobile network operator (MNO) to drive innovative mobile marketing campaigns in Germany. Tagtrail allows customers to tap their phones to Identives NFC tags and receive information about loyalty program benefits, new service offerings and where to find participating merchants and retailers.

With an estimated 270 million NFC-enable phones and tablets projected to ship to consumers this year alone, we are seeing more frequent and larger NFC projects being initiated all around the world. Users are gaining experience with NFC applications and companies of all sorts are recognizing that NFC technology can help them deliver a mobile experience for their customers that is convenient and fun, said David Holmes, vice president NFC & Mobility Solutions for Identive. Identives broad range of NFC offerings and market expertise position us globally as a premier supplier of NFC solutions. As a result, we are benefiting from the wider market trends with an increasing number of high volume orders, Tagtrail deployments and expansion into additional applications and markets.

The striker helped himself to a double as the Reds romped to a stunning victory which leaves the Magpies still deep in relegation trouble. Newcastle were utterly shambolic on a day when they could have all but secured their Barclays Premier League status for another season,Shop wholesale bestsmartcard controller from cheap. and the visitors took full advantage.

Daniel Agger headed them in front with just five minutes gone and Sunderland old boy Jordan Henderson made it 2-0 12 minutes later. Sturridge then claimed a double inside six second-half minutes. Further strikes from substitute Fabio Borini and Henderson rubbed salt into black and white wounds, as did the 75th-minute dismissal of Mathieu Debuchy for a second yellow card.

The Reds tore at their hosts from the off and needed just five minutes to forge their way ahead when Agger took advantage of lazy defending to run unmarked on to Stewart Downing's lofted cross and head past the helpless Rob Elliot.

Sturridge forced a 24th-minute save from Elliot and Steven Gerrard uncharacteristically volleyed wide five minutes later with the locals fearing the worst. Newcastle should really have been back in it with nine minutes of the half remaining when Massadio Haidara produced the first cross of any note to present James Perch with a free header, only to see him head wastefully wide.

The balance of the game had changed after the break as Newcastle poured forward and started to find space in advanced areas, although Yohan Cabaye passed up a glorious chance after miscontrolling on the edge of the box with 52 minutes gone.

But the game was effectively over two minutes later when substitute Hatem Ben Arfa was robbed by Coutinho wide on the right and sped forward to slide in Sturridge, who blasted past Elliot. They were carved open once again when Gerrard and Henderson combined to set up Sturridge for his second with half an hour still to play, and the rout was far from complete.

Borini needed just two minutes to find the back of the net on his return from injury as a substitute when he converted Downing's cross, and Henderson sent a 74th-minute free-kick across Elliot and into the bottom corner with no team-mate able to get a touch to make it 6-0.

Within seconds Debuchy got his marching orders after receiving a second yellow for a foul on Coutinho,Learn how an embedded microprocessor in a chipcards can authenticate your computer usage and data. and only a fine 82nd-minute save by Elliot denied Coutinho a seventh goal as the storm clouds gathered over Tyneside with three games of a difficult campaign remaining.

Lia Mae lived in Wolf Creek during the school year with her grand-mother. Grandma Alt would have her work cut out for her, as Lia Mae would rather play in the dirt with her trucks than learn cookin, cleanin and wearing dresses.

She began her education in Wolf Creek. Mr. Funk was her favorite teacher and the leader of the Harmonica Band of which she was a proud member. She attended high school in Cascade, living with the Tingtinger family during that time. After graduation in 1942, she chose a career in nursing and attended training at Columbus Hospital in Great Falls,Elpas Readers detect and forward 'Location' and 'State' data from Elpas Active RFID Tags to host besticcard platforms. graduating in 1945. Her nursing career began with the Broadwater Hospital in Townsend.

It wasnt long before a handsome young soldier with sparkling blue eyes would sweep her onto the dance floor and off her feet. On March 9, 1947, Ralph Speed Simons and Lia Mae Dailey were married. They began their life together in Townsend,We printers print with traceable indoortracking to optimize supply chain management. enjoying dancing, picnics and good times with friends and family.

Lee was preceded in death by her beloved husband of 62 years, Speed in 2006; her parents, Joe and Louise Dailey; her cousins, Carlin and Arthur Alt; in-laws, Estella and Frank Simons; brothers-in-law and spouses, Claude (Gladys) Simons, Delbert Simons, Earl Simons, Leo Simons, the Rev. Lawrence Simons; and sister-in-law, Virginia (Sully) Sullivan.

Lee is survived by her children and their spouses, Judi (Larry) Saarinen, Sue (Sid) Miller, Nita (Ed) McCauley, all of Boulder, and her son, Marty (Sandy) of Whitehall; grandchildren, Jeff (Kellie) Saarinen, Jeremy Saarinen, Quentin (Ashley) McCauley, Justin and Kenna McCauley, Kyle (Kylie) Simons,You can order besthandsfreeaccess cheap inside your parents. and Megan, Cody and Michaela Simons; and great-granddaughter, Bree Saarinen.

Others who were special to Lee include Maureen Franks and family, Dan Sullivan, Mike Sullivan and family, Kathy Fritz and family, and friends too numerous to mention.

While we will miss Mom deeply, we cant help but feel joy that she is reunited with our father and love of her life. She is once again in the company of so many others that love her and that makes our sadness bearable. The Lord now holds her in the palm of his hand.

Our family wishes to give our heartfelt thanks to Moms wonderful caregivers, Beryle, Cyd, Geri, Kathy, Dorothy, Millisa, Amanda and Lori and the staff of Rocky Mountain Hospice. Their dedicated, loving care of Mom allowed her to remain in her home.