PARELEC

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PARELECParallel Computing in Electrical Engineering (Symposium)
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"We're growing very nicely," said Geva Barash, president and CEO of Parelec, an industry leader in conductive inks, developing and marketing a total RFID solution for different vertical markets.
"This represents a significant milestone for Parelec. Our solid grounding in mid-range, passive RFID tag technology can now be coupled with Precision Systems' expertise in active RFID and real time location systems to help companies take giant steps toward tracking products from item level to end use" said Geva Barash, president and CEO of Parelec.
"Interest in our RFID products and programs is growing steadily; these key additions to our global operations upgrade our customer and technical support efforts," said Geva Barash, president and CEO of Parelec.
"We are extremely satisfied with the results," said Geva Barash CEO of Parelec, which applies nanotechnology and advanced materials systems to develop and market conductive inks and related materials for the manufacture of electronic circuits.
And developing a strategy to address it would be a vital part of their future business," says Steve Ludmerer, president of Parelec in Rocky Hill, NJ.
For Parelec Inc., a conductive ink specialist located in Rocky Hill, NJ, becoming an unbiased facilitator for customers and partners has become a springboard for success.
Parelec, Inc., the developer and manufacturer of Parmod VLT very low temperature conductive inks and pastes, announced that RSI ID Technologies (RSI), the nation's only provider of vertically integrated RFID systems, has completed testing UHF Gen2 RFID tags assembled with inlays employing Parmod conductive inks from Parelec.
"Geva is a strategic addition to the Parelec executive management team," said Don Farley, chairman of the board of Parelec.
Suppliers included substrate manufacturers 3M, Appleton and Avery Dennison; equipment manufacturers Melzer, bielomatik, and Creo; and ink manufacturers Parelec and Precisia.
"Found in everything from computers, mobile phones and electronics to toys, calculators and product identification tags, conductive circuits are one of the most widely used components of consumer products," said Steve Ludmerer, president, Parelec, Inc.
Steven Ludmerer, president of Parelec, Rocky Hill, NJ, presented details on his company's inks, which are used to print RFID antennas instead of producing tags using etched aluminum or copper antennas.