Tag: Ossia

Ossia and T-Mobile pilot wireless-charging asset trackers in Walmart warehouses

True wireless charging at a distance has arrived — you just can’t buy it yet. But companies like Ossia are making progress, buoyed by industrial and enterprise players. In September 2018, the Bellevue, Washington-based startup said it would team up with Walmart to help the retailer cut costs in its thousands of stores, Ossia’s fourth […]

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Ossia and Spigen plan to release a range of truly wireless power transmitters by 2020

It might not be long before we’re charging smartphones absent wires, pads, docks, and adapters. Toward that end, Bellvue, Washington startup Ossia today at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona revealed it’s working with Spigen, a phone accessory maker headquartered in Irvine, California, to develop a range of power-at-a-distance transmitters compatible with products in the […]

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Spigen integrates Ossia wireless charging tech into its smartphone cases

True wireless charging at a distance has arrived — you just can’t buy it yet. But companies like Ossia are making progress, buoyed by manufacturers and enterprises. In September 2018, the Bellevue, Washington startup announced it would team up with Walmart to help the retailer cut costs in its thousands of stores, Ossia’s fourth such partnership […]

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Ossia partners with Walmart to pilot wireless charging tech

Nearly a decade ago, Richmond, Washington-based startup Ossia developed a wire-free, over-the-air transceiver that could beam electricity to devices anywhere within range. In the years that followed, the company produced referenced kits, licensed designs to antenna companies, built out a cloud-hosted management platform, and recruited ecosystem partners like Displaydata, Molex, XPNDBLS, and Japanese electronics manufacturer KDDI. But until […]

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