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Queralt introduces cloud-based RFID framework ‘iQ3’

Queralt, a provider of RFID and wireless sensor technology for auto-identification, location and data-capture offerings, has introduced a new software that helps companies explore and accelerate the use of RFID by employing cloud computing.

The new iQ3 offering helps clients create RFID and sensor networks connected to the cloud, leveraging Queralt’s new application, said the company.

Through the new offering, Queralt now provides a single platform that enables users to provision and install an RFID offering.

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In addition, the technology accepts information from multiple RFID technologies and wireless sensors, making decisions in the cloud across multiple systems in a simple and repetitive fashion.

This allows businesses to respond quickly to new requests for services from their customers, and deploy new applications that will increase revenue and deliver customer satisfaction.

Queralt CEO Michael Queralt said their new platform, iQ3, is an enabler for clients to use RFID technology and consume as much as they need, lowering the entry barriers that an RFID deployment requires.

"Our only requirement is to have an internet connection for the readers. Once deployed customers are able to automatically connect into the cloud, and can start using the data by connecting to the application via a web browser," Queralt said.


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