RFID is an acronym for "radio frequency identification," which sums up the term nicely. The following reports explore the RFID data center market and where it's headed.
Radio frequency identification (RFID) is an authentication/verification technology that uses electromagnetic fields to identify and track tags that are attached to specific objects. These tags contain small bits of electronically stored information, which are often invisible to the naked eye. When a tagged object or item comes into proximity to an RFID reader, the reader accesses this data.
RFID tags are typically classified as either passive or active. Passive RFID tags are powered from a RFID reader's radio waves, whereas active tags are powered locally, such as a battery. There are both pros and cons associated with each type.
The 2017 Market Research on Global Data Center RFID report by Deep Research Reports is a comprehensive study of the global RFID data center market. Complete with 129 pages and 125 tables and figures, it covers the market from all angles. The report begins by revealing the development policies and places of key vendors (see below), as well as manufacturing processes and cost structures. Next, it explores the RFID data center market's import/export, consumption, supply and demand, cost, price, revenue and gross margins. The report goes on to analyze the market's products, including product pictures, specifications, capacity, projected growth, revenue, cost and other relevant information. At the end of the report, you'll find an overview of the market with revenue share and a SWOT analysis of leading players.
Some of the key vendors profiled in this report include International Business Machines Corporation, RF Code, Zebra Technologies Corporation, Hewlett-Packard, GAO RFID, Omni-ID, Alien Technology Corporation.
The World Data Center RFID Market - Opportunities and Forecast, 2014 - 2022 report by Intense Research is a second report on the global RFID data center market. While it covers the entire global market like the aforementioned report, this one focuses heavily on regions in which RFID is most popular, such as North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and LAMEA. According to the report, applications in BFSI, healthcare, informations technology, telecommunications and retail are expected to help the market grow significantly in the years to come. There are also hurdles faced by the RFID data center, which are also analyzed in this report. For a complete list of market drivers and challenges, click the link and purchase the report.
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