Fujitsu Rolling Out 64KB Gen2 RFID Tag

Japan's Fujitsu this week announced a Gen2-standard RFID tag with 64 kilobytes (KB) of memory, which it claims is the highest-capacity Gen2 tag available, according to this story in RFID Update.

Fujitsu's tag uses ferroelectric random access memory (FRAM) memory technology, which features a film capacitor for data storage. Fujitsu manufactures numerous FRAM memory products, which it claims provide capacity and read/write advantages over EEPROM memory, the story.

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