Texas Instruments Incorporated just announced that it is applying “core capabilities” in contactless and power efficient microcontroller technologies along with advanced embedded memory for next-generation government identification (ID) products that deliver greater speed, performance, and productivity in issuance and use to customers.
(How’s that for a tongue twister?!)
Texas Instruments is a big player in the future of RFID and how it’ll help thwart pharmaceutical fraud.
“The government ID customer has ever-increasing security and memory requirements and the user experience requires fast RF performance,” said Julie England, vice president of Texas Instruments. “TI has focused on solutions that are highly optimized and low power, coupled with extraordinary contactless RF performance. We want to bring those strengths to customers in the ID market.”
For more information, visit www.ti.com/govid.