April 3, 2007 Alex Woodie
CYBRA last week unveiled EdgeMagic, a new edge server product designed to enable i5/OS shops to incorporate radio frequency identification (RFID) tracking technology into their own applications. Due out this summer with support for J.D. Edwards and VAI‘s S2K, EdgeMagic is expected to be the first and only native i5/OS RFID server product on the market.
CYBRA has been in the RFID business for years, but until now, its offerings have been relegated to developing software that controls the printing, or “encoding,” of data onto RFID tags. That product, called MarkMagic, is based on the same technology that CYBRA