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Let Your Hard Drives Tell You Where they Are!
Dogs, books, dolphins, and khakis are all being tracked. What about those hard drives at Los Alamos?

wafer  Figure 1. A wafer type of smart label. Figure 2 . A roll of smart labels. Smart labels contain an integrated circuit (IC) that can be programmed with detailed information, such as origin, location, owner and other information. Since smart labels use radio frequencies, they do not require a direct line of sight to be triggered. As well, it is possible to put smart labels in obscure places to prevent their removal. Smart labels can be embedded in plastic. The smart label that is used on dogs is about Read More
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IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 1
While my two separate blog post series about workflow automation and Business Process Management (BPM) and about the long tails of supply chains were coming to

wafer  products at its semiconductor wafer plant in Fishkill, New York, US. Moreover, ILOG’s business rules capability is embedded within IBM WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Application Server . It is interesting to note here that IBM also partners with ILOG's foes Fair Isaac Corporation and Corticon Techologies for their BPM and rules management capabilities. Last but not least, ILOG BRMS engine also runs IBM’s InfoSphere Master Data Management (MDM) Server  and IBM FileNet enterprise content Read More
i2 Technologies Garners Semiconductor Award
DALLAS, Texas -- i2 Technologies (Nasdaq: ITWO), the leading provider of intelligent eBusiness solutions, today was awarded top honors from Semiconductor

wafer  for representing aspects of wafer fabs, assembly-test facilities, and distribution centers, the template links to an optimization engine that addresses simultaneous material and capacity constraints. Several high profile clients deserve a large measure of credit for i2's recent honor, including Samsung, Toshiba, Texas Instruments, and Motorola. i2 updates and improves its template with each successive implementation, in which clients benefit from lessons learned in past engagements, while contributing Read More
IBM & ILOG Matrimony: Good for BPM, Uncertain for SCM? -- Part 1
While my two separate blog post series about workflow automation and Business Process Management (BPM) and about the long tails of supply chains were coming to their respective ends, one event that is curiously pertinent to both topics has meanwhile taken place in the market. Namely, at the end of July 2008, IBM acquired ILOG, a specialized software provider with headquarters in France and the

wafer  products at its semiconductor wafer plant in Fishkill, New York, US. Moreover, ILOG’s business rules capability is embedded within IBM WebSphere Process Server and WebSphere Application Server . It is interesting to note here that IBM also partners with ILOG’s foes Fair Isaac Corporation and Corticon Techologies for their BPM and rules management capabilities. Last but not least, ILOG BRMS engine also runs IBM’s InfoSphere Master Data Management (MDM) Server  and IBM FileNet enterprise content Read More
Business Network Transformation: Rethinking Relationships in a Global Economy
Business networks have come to the fore in the past decade, as the power of customers and consumers has increased relative to the manufacturers and retailers that serve them. These networks enable these companies to deliver faster innovation to customers at lower costs by sharing investment, assets, and ideas. Find out how information technology and communication (ITC) systems can help you unlock new market opportunities.

wafer  out specialized roles for wafer suppliers, mask makers, equipment providers, and CAD software vendors. The automotive industry has migrated to a tiered system of suppliers, out-tasking virtually every subsystem that makes up a car except for the engine (and that will be next, given the enormous R&D expenses entailed by hybrid and all-electric drive systems).The aerospace industry is following in similar fashion, and even pharmaceuticals one of the last bastions of the closely held end-to-end enterprise Read More

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