Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. said Monday it has developed what it claims to be the fastest noncontact data-reading chip, an achievement that could boost distribution of wireless identification applications.

The chip, based on nonvolatile type memory technology called ferroelectric random-access memory technology, can handle 120 tags per second, triple that of the current industry maximum, Matsushita said in a release.

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