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GE Security and XceedID Corporation to Offer Contactless Security Products

Chris Corum   ||   May 07, 2004  ||   , ,

XceedID Corporation announced that it will work with GE Security, part of GE Infrastructure, to offer next-generation contactless smart card and reader products to the security industry.

XceedID and GE Security, along with other industry leading security companies, will offer a range of contactless products and work together toward establishing an open protocol standard for contactless smart cards.

XceedID and GE Security recently agreed on a contactless technology platform and product content. GE Security will market and sell products through its traditional channels and XceedID will market and sell products through traditional access control manufacturers and other well-positioned companies in alternate vertical markets.

“We are thrilled to work with GE Security on next-generation contactless technology. In addition to being a world leading company, GE Security is a major force in the security industry and in cards and readers. We both have a commitment to offering innovative high technology products,” said John Menzel, President and CEO of XceedID. “XceedID will continue to develop partnerships with other industry leading companies as we look to bring contactless technology and an alternative supply source to the security market.”

About XceedID Corporation

Based in Golden, Colorado, XceedID is a privately held company dedicated to the design, development and supply of advanced contactless RFID products. XceedID’s team is highly experienced with contactless technology applications and combines the expertise of industry leading design, engineering, and product/sales development veterans. The combined experience lays the groundwork for continued technology innovation and provides the basis for driving feature sets and future technology from major semiconductor vendors. XceedID and its channel partners will provide class leading products that span a broad range of applications including: Physical Access Control, Logical Access, Biometrics, Identity, Health, Payment, and other Custom applications with significant market opportunity.

XceedID is committed to developing new ideas in the area of contactless smart cards and RFID into leading edge products that reduce undue risks of development and assure lower cost and quicker time to market without the delays associated with a corporate bureaucracy. XceedID serves customers spanning the Fortune 100™ to emerging innovative companies. For additional information about XceedID Corporation please visit

For more information contact:
Jeff Cahill, XceedID
303-273-9930 ext. 14
[email protected]

About GE Infrastructure - Security

GE Security, Inc., part of GE Infrastructure, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the General Electric Company (NYSE: GE) focused on communication and information technologies for security, safety and lifestyle enhancements. GE Security has operations in more than 30 countries and is represented by some of the best-known brand names for intrusion and fire detection, access and building control, video surveillance, explosive and drug detection, key management and structured wiring. For more information about GE Security and our product offerings, please visit

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