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2013-09-27 WPC's management adds Qualcomm, merger with A4WP possible
The addition of Qualcomm to the WPC's board of management has led to speculation that the consortium may soon merger with its rival, the Alliance for Wireless Power.
2014-02-18 WiTricity brings wireless expertise to A4WP
WiTricity is planning a reference design incorporating the Rezence specification.
2014-02-26 Dell voices support for Rezence, joins A4WP
Dell's membership to the A4WP facilitates the extension of the wireless power transfer technology to laptops and appliances powered up to 50W.
2014-06-06 A4WP ups Rezence charging specification to 50W
The move to support higher power will extend the magnetic resonance-based wireless chargingwhich uses the 6.78MHz frequency bandto devices including laptops and tablets.
2014-02-27 A4WP joins forces with Asian standards dev't organisations
SDOs from China, Japan and Korea has each signed a memorandum of understanding with A4WP, pushing the adoption of Rezence technology in a broad range of applications.
2015-06-03 3 becomes 2: Wireless power bodies A4WP, PMA announce merger
A4WP and PMA, two of the three major wireless charging standard groups, announced their plans to merge are official, leaving behind WPC's Qi platform as the sole alternative.
2012-05-10 Qualcomm, Samsung pioneer wireless power group
The A4WP will focus on a new wireless power transfer technology that provides spatial freedom for charging electrical devices in cars, on table tops and for charging multiple devices simultaneously.
2013-06-25 Qualcomm powers up wireless charging initiative
Qualcomm has agreed to license its wireless charging technology, based on the A4WP specification into products for cars and office equipment, via Gill Electronics.
2014-06-13 Intel, WiTricity go cord-free with charging
The A4WP members are working together under a technology licensing agreement for Rezence-based consumer products, enabling more freedom and a seamless wireless charging experience for users.
2015-04-02 Wireless power industry to grow by leaps and bounds in 2015
IHS forecasts that global revenues for wireless power receivers and transmitters will grow to more than $1.7 billion in 2015.
2015-03-19 Wireless charging to make headway in 2015
PowerbyProxi unveiled an evaluation kit that supports both Resonant Qi and Inductive Qi modes, enabling OEMs to integrate the WPCs Qi standard into their smartphones and other devices.
2012-12-13 TI jumps on board Alliance for Wireless Power
TI backs Alliance for Wireless Power specification while still promising support for Wireless Power Consortium Qi standard.
2015-09-24 Reference design supports Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0
The reference design from ON Semi features the NCP4371 secondary side charge controller, which allows the charger USB-bus voltage to be changed based on requests from the phone or portable device.
2016-03-31 Not much fanfare about GaN at APEC 2016
Talk about GaN was low key but there were still promising developments, including new applications for low-voltage GaN transistors and AlGaN driver ICs for GAN FETs.
2013-03-12 Multi-mode power circuits speed wireless power adoption
TI will continue to develop bqTESLA wireless power receiver and transmitter ICs that comply with existing and future versions of the Wireless Power Consortium Qi standard.
2014-06-09 Intel's Rezence deployment: Will the market follow suit?
The chip giant demonstrated at Computex the wireless charging of devices using a loosely coupled technology, offering freedom of movement and simultaneous charging of multiple devices.
2015-06-03 Intel Keynote: Wireless everywhere
Intel's message yesterday at the Computex Taipei was mainly around "wireless," from wireless charging to collaboration to Atom-based mobile devices powerful enough for gaming.
2015-03-04 Integrated Device enables wireless phone charging
With its new Wireless PowerShare, Integrated Device is offering a mobile wireless charging solution that allows a mobile device to receive and transmit power.
2015-05-27 IDT, EPC collaboration merges GaN, silicon tech
The two companies are joining forces to focus on wireless power, communications and computing infrastructure, and radio frequency.
2013-10-10 IDT takes on wireless power market with dual-mode solution
IDT's dual-mode solution can automatically switch between WPC and PMA protocols and negotiate the power exchange without user supervision.
2012-08-16 Gallium Nitrate superior for 6.78MHz carrier frequency
Efficient Power Conversion claims that GaN transistors are superior for the proposed 6.78MHz carrier frequency for resonant transfer.
2012-08-15 EPC taps hi-fi eGans for new wireless charging system
Advanced switching speeds enhances power efficiency for highly resonant wireless power.
2015-07-16 EPC eGaN half bridge power ICs with integrated bootstrap FET
Geared for resonant wireless power transfer applications, the EPC2107 and EPC2108 promise to eliminate gate driver induced reverse recovery loses as well as the need for a high side clamp.
2016-03-31 Diversification in offing for wireless charging market
In 2016, the wireless charging market and available technologies are expected to move from the emerging proof-of-concept phase to a more mature product-diversification phase.
2015-02-02 CMOS finds its match: GaN ignites shift in power
The CEO of EPC said that its low-cost gallium nitride chips will enable a range of applications from wireless charging to autonomous vehicles and more efficient cellular communications.
2015-12-10 Broadcom expands wireless MCU line-up for embedded design
The WICED CORE ELP family features an ARM Cortex CM4 MCU with FPU and DSP extensions and a clock speed up to 100Mz, and aims to give IoT applications simultaneous multi-protocol support.
2015-09-10 60 start-up companies to watch in 2015
EE Times has selected 30 start-up companies to come on to version 16.1 of its list of 60 firms that are worth keeping an eye on. Readers are welcome to nominate their own emerging companies.
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