Integrated Circuits you can identify with

Integrated Circuits you can identify with


Trust Omni-ID to arm our devices with the very latest chip technology available – giving you faster, longer and more universal read performance.

You have probably heard in the media, and perhaps also in a business context, that the global supply of semi-conductors is under pressure due to surging demand for mobile and IOT type devices. At Omni-ID we have taken steps to secure our supply chain PLUS take the opportunity to fit our devices with the very latest chip technology – giving faster, longer and more reliable read performance.

Our design engineering team are constantly reviewing the latest developments in IC technology to ensure the optimum performance of our devices. Recent upgrades to the IC’s we are using will not only guarantee supply in the face of any potential shortage but will also see performance increases of 20% or greater across our whole product range.

We are as demanding on the IC suppliers as our customers are on us to get faster read speeds, longer read distances, smaller device footprints and more universal performance across international territories.

Good examples of high performing chips with unhindered levels of supply are Impinj with their M700 Series and Axzon’s Magnus Series but we are testing other new IC’s all the time.

Our expert team will be happy to answer any questions you have about our latest IC’s and the high quality, reliable supply chain we get them from.

Recent Blog Posts

Omni-ID joins HID Global to help create a true RFID Powerhouse

  We are pleased to announce that we have been acquired by HID Global, a worldwide leader in trusted identity solutions. The acquisition extends HID’s market leadership in RFID technology and utilizes our strength in India and China to boost their presence in these territories and markets. HID are delighted to bring on board our […] Read More

How Omni-ID supports an array of IoT technologies to meet customers’ needs

By Dr. Tony Kington – CEO, Omni-ID. Introduction Fifty years ago, the internet, let alone the internet of things, didn’t even exist. Today, the IoT spans billions of devices enabling a spectrum of use cases from short range consumer contactless payment cards to industrial asset tracking devices that can communicate over many miles. IDC’s Worldwide […] Read More

When The Chips are Down

How our agnostic approach is allowing us to switch silicon, upgrade our devices, and keep customers supplied The global shortage of Integrated Circuits (ICs), which are used to control everything from laptops to life support machines, has demonstrated just how interconnected international supply chains are. The last 18 months demonstrated how dependent we all are […] Read More