wavemark

wavemark

[′wāv‚märk]
(geology)
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In February, Cardinal said it bought WaveMark Inc., a Concord, Mass.-based provider of health care supply chain solutions.
What's more, Cardinal noted, WaveMark's RFID technology makes the company's inventory management solution the first end-to-end solution of its kind, powered by a software-as-a-service analytics platform and optimizing the configuration of inventory management tools to track high-priced physician preference items and low-cost, high-volume consumables.
"The acquisition of WaveMark and its RFID technology fits perfectly into Cardinal Health Inventory Management Solutions.
Azimuth WLL Tel: +973 7 721 2277 Website: www.azimuthgulf.com Regional offices: Bahrain, Qatar and representative offices in UAE and Saudi Arabia Key brands: Ekahau, Infor, Lenel, Wavemark, Impinj, Alienware, Omni-ID Ownership: Privately Held.
Croix Systems, Tempsys, Vocera Communications and WaveMark. Some of the use cases presented in the Intelligent Hospital Pavilion include enterprise visibility, healthcare system cross-facility analytics, alert management, infection control reporting, fire extinguisher monitoring, oxygen tank pressure monitoring, and integrated supply management.
WaveMark offers a clinical inventory management solution for hospitals to track high-value medical devices.
"The LeonardoSpectrum synthesis tool meets the needs of electronic engineers doing push-button designs and designs of one million plus gates," said Marcell Enoch, principal engineer for WaveMark Technologies, developer of high-performance embedded controller designs for the printer-manufacturer market.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: LogiTag, Mobile Aspects, TAGSYS RFID Group, WaveMark, CoreRFID, Meditek, Solstice Medical, Stanley InnerSpace, Terso Solutions