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Xerox introduces printed-memory labels to fight counterfeiting

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    Xerox today announced two new printed packaging labels that can store 36 bits on rewritable memory. The labels are aimed at combating counterfeiting and helping businesses and government better secure products as they are distributed.

    The two printed electronic labels, which Xerox is also calling "printed memory," can collect and store information about the authenticity and condition of products, storing up to 68 billion points of data, the company said.

    The labels, for example, can be used to determine if a product is genuine and to track how it's been handled during distribution, Xerox said.

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