|By Business Wire||
|February 14, 2014 12:00 AM EST||
TransferJet Consortium will be exhibiting at MWC 2014 （24-27 February, 2014） held at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain. TransferJet™ is a close proximity wireless transfer technology having the ease of NFC with a transfer speed more than 1000 times faster. TransferJet enables any two devices to exchange data quickly by a simple touch. At this event, TransferJet Consortium members will be demonstrating the newly launched accessory products enabling smartphones and tablets to exchange data using TransferJet. Visitors will be able to attach these accessories to their own Android products to experience the world of “Touch and Get.” The Consortium will also show service models, concept products, components, semiconductors, as well as the format roadmap to achieve higher speed.
|24-27 February, 2014|
|Fira Gran Via in Barcelona, Spain|
Hall 5 / Booth 5E06
New accessory products and concept
- USB adapters incorporating TransferJet functionality
- Memory cards incorporating TransferJet functionality
- Content downloading from kiosk to mobile products
- Quick and easy data exchange between mobile products
- TransferJet, NFC & WPC integrated service model
- Latest TransferJet LSIs and module solutions
- Latest selection of miniature, high-performance couplers
- Technology roadmap for higher speed specification
About the TransferJet Consortium
The TransferJet Consortium was established in 2008 by a group of international companies with the common goal of developing the technology, products and services based on TransferJet wireless technology. The consortium focuses on the development of specifications, compliance testing processes and tools, as well as conduct marketing activities to promote the TransferJet concept, technology, products, applications and services. The TransferJet specifications are also registered as ISO/IEC 17568. Additional information is available from:
TransferJet logos are trademarks licensed by TransferJet Consortium.
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