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2008-02-18 ST debuts fully integrated NFC SoC
ST has announced a new fully integrated secure SoC solution implemented in advanced silicon technology for the fast-emerging NFC market
2010-11-26 NXP, Gemalto to incorporate MIFARE into UICC cards
NXP targets NFC mobile devices for MIFARE
2012-03-05 NFC sol'n touts double RF range in half power
NXP's PN547 claims to offer five times improvement in wireless data throughput than the PN544.
2012-02-15 NFC market resists security, standardization issues
NFC applications market is predicted to reach $10 billion with CAGR of 38 percent from 2011 to 2016
2007-07-11 NFC Forum drafts host control interface spec
The NFC Forum has started developing a host controller interface spec between NFC contactless controllers and electronic devices' application processors
2014-02-28 NFC controller upgrades with HCE via Android KitKat
While IDC estimates 78 per cent of the world's smartphones run Android, NXP pushes the expansion of the NFC ecosystem through the integration of HCE into its controller
2013-11-15 ST MCUs promise security in next-gen mobile, consumer apps
The ST33G1M2 can function either in a mobile phone NFC UICC, which handles mobile payments alongside SIM applications and user-data storage, or as a dedicated embedded secure chip in NFC smartphones.
2015-03-02 ST, ams deliver compact boostedNFC design
A new reference design from ams and STMicrolectronics combines ams' boostedNFC technology with ST's NFC controller and Secure Element to provide reliable, secure contactless mobile transactions
2011-02-15 NXP, Oberthur agreement puts Mifare into SIM cards
NXP Semiconductors NV and Oberthur Technologies have signed a Mifare licensing agreement that will put the contactless smart card technology into SIM cards, boosting the adoption of NFC-enabled phones
2014-06-16 NXP opens up Android apps for MIFARE with SDK
The SDK for Android enables developers to create mobile applications interacting with MIFARE, ICODE and NTAG for functions including closed loop micropayment, campus cards and loyalty programs.
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