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PanGo announced the availability of its third-generation WiFi-based active RFID tag

January 30, 2007

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FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- PanGo, The Enterprise Asset Tracking Solutions Company™, today announced the availability of its third-generation Wi-Fi-based active RFID tag, giving organizations new ability to identify and monitor the location of thousands of mobile assets, inventory and personnel at a significantly lower total cost of ownership.

Key new features of PanGo’s tag include an updated ergonomic form factor, battery life of over 5 years and integrated alert-button functionality. Additionally, the new tag is the first to be compatible with the Cisco Certified Extensions (CCX) Tag Protocol, a Wi-Fi communication mode that enables a higher level of location accuracy for Cisco 2700 Series Location Appliance customers and the ability for the tag to provide enhanced telemetry reporting.

“One of the primary challenges faced by customers adopting asset tracking solutions has been sourcing a long lasting tag at a reasonable cost,” said Michael McGuinness, president and CEO of PanGo. “Our third generation tag is the most advanced Wi-Fi-based RFID tag in the industry, supporting a wide spectrum of vertical market applications and capable of efficiently and cost effectively enabling precise location information needed by the applications that drive real business value.”

PanGo Networks Inc.

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