They’re not my words. They are from the Malaysia newspaper, the New Straits Times reporting on a new product jointly launched this week by Siemens Malaysia and Intel Malaysia that’s sure to improve blood supply tracking in Asia. “The product, an RFID tracking system tailored to blood management, is developed based on the input and sharing of the staff at the University Malaya Medical Center, National Blood Bank and Penang Adventist hospital.” You can read about it here as well as see a really cute picture of a really cute couple who are benefiting from the solution and are just really cute.
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