Mojix Inc. is the recipient of the 2012 Frost & Sullivan Product Leadership Award Mojix's track and trace pRTLS solutions provide high returns on investment for clients
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Based on its recent analysis of the passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) readers market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Mojix Inc. with the 2012 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Product Leadership. The company has developed a new generation of RFID system technologies while overcoming economic and technical barriers of large-scale and high-volume RFID deployments globally.
Mojix has made key technological breakthroughs over competitors to provide a game changing RFID system for enhanced supply chain management. The Space Time Array Receiver (STAR) system is the only wide area RFID reader system offering wall to wall visibility of RFID tagged goods. This level of performance is realized with advanced receiver capability for greater coverage areas and expanded utility to customers in broad market segments, including industrial manufacturing, transportation, construction, oil & gas, aerospace, perishable foods, retail, distribution and logistics.
With the introduction of the STAR 3000 System in June 2012, Mojix has redefined its RFID platform and enhanced its original STAR system. Embedded with the core capabilities of active RFID performance, this system was made available to customers utilizing EPC Gen 2 passive RFID tags providing clients with strong ROI's and easily deployable solutions with no batteries to maintain.
Addressing diverse requirements across multiple verticals to track and tag assets with passive RFID sensors, the STAR 3000 System has been designed to offer extremely high-scalability and visibility across the enterprise-wide supply chain. In addition, the system's unique feature of locating passive RFID sensors in large areas, with coverage in excess of 200,000 square feet, and it,s ability to read and locate an RFID tag at a distance of 600 feet, has generated a competitive edge for the company over other players in the market.
"This capability of the EPC Gen 2-compliant system to detect extremely weak radio signals makes it the longest range RFID receiver in the world and provides the best value for money to its customers," noted Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Ram Ravi. "Moreover, the system's capability to support mobile, wired, and wireless eNodes makes it a highly flexible RFID system with the option of extending the system's range as required in the case of a large-scale environment by adding more eNodes for creating new coverage areas at an extremely nominal cost."
Mojix customers benefit from these highly advanced features and functionalities with expanded coverage area, and the utmost reliability in harsh indoor and outdoor environments at extremely low costs. Mojix has provided substantial benefits across the automotive, manufacturing, and retail segments through cost-effective RFID tags that help in overcoming the prevailing challenges of the traditional RFID solutions.
"By overcoming the challenges of a traditional RFID system, Mojix has played an important role in achieving a high level of customer satisfaction and addressing all customer requirements in the market," said Ram Ravi. "In line with this role, the company is proactively introducing new products and systems with best-in-class features to add a new dimension to the passive RFID reader market."
To offer such advanced service levels to its customers, Mojix leverages new digital signal processing (DSP) technology and delivers precise and highly scalable RFID solutions, making it economical for large-scale and real-time RFID deployments across sectors. Furthermore, the company has partnered with industry veterans such as IBM, Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, Checkpoint/OAT Systems and others in the field of RFID systems integration to develop its competencies and provide an all-encompassing RFID solution to its customers.
As a result, Mojix has seen high product acceptance globally in the supply chain, transportation, manufacturing, construction, oil and gas, perishable foods, retail, logistics, and aerospace industries. Through the introduction of the Mojix STAR 3000 system, the company has gained a three-to-five-fold increase in its customer base, catering to Fortune 50 innovators across markets.
In recognition of its superior products and services that deliver high customer satisfaction and enabled the company to grow in spite of mounting industry challenges, Mojix is the worthy recipient of the 2012 Frost & Sullivan Product Leadership Award in the North American passive RFID readers market.
Each year, Frost & Sullivan presents this award to the company that has demonstrated innovation in product features and functionality that provides enhanced quality and higher value to customers. The award recognizes the rapid acceptance such innovation finds in the marketplace.
Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards recognize companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service, and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis, and extensive secondary research in order to identify best practices in the industry.
About Mojix Inc.
Mojix is the leading technology provider for wide-area RFID networks with unique passive RTLS capabilities enabling organizations to have ubiquitous visibility of any object, item, case, product or asset in their supply chain. Providing the only wide-area passive RFID reader on the market, Mojix locates tags across large physical areas to significantly improve an organization's ability to manage its production and logistical processes at a lower TCO. Unlike conventional passive RFID systems that are limited in coverage area, read range and active RFID systems that require costly battery-operated sensors, Mojix offers the best of both worlds: active RFID capabilities at passive RFID economics.
The Mojix STAR (Space Time Array Reader) system moves beyond conventional passive RFID offerings to enable economical, large-scale and high-volume RFID deployment. Founded in 2004 by former JPL/NASA scientists, Mojix is an international, privately held company headquartered in Los Angeles, California. For more information, visit http://www.mojix.com.
Mojix, Mojix STAR, Mojix eNode, Mojix eGroup, Mojix eLocation are registered trademarks of Mojix Inc.
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