Along with printed sensors, batteries and antennas, connecting everyday objects through the Internet of Things requires memory that can be produced in high-volume and at low cost. Printed memory can also be used to secure goods against tampering, theft and counterfeiting. Xerox and Thinfilm have already shown the world this technology in action with Xerox’s Printed Memory and Printed Memory with Cryptographic Security labels, which can store up 68 billion points of data. Xerox is a Founding Member of the CPEIA through the Xerox Research Centre of Canada.
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