Powermat and PowerKiss Merge To Form One Wireless Power Company

Powermat and PowerKiss are two wireless power companies that have agreed to combine their companies under Powermat Technologies.  The companies plan to settle the issue of conflicting standards within the wireless power industry.  Powermat and PowerKiss used incompatible standards in the past, but both were committed to the same PMA standard, which is backed by AT&T, Starbucks, Procter & Gamble, and many other companies.

Powermat is used in 1,500 charging spots across the U.S. including airports, coffee shops, arenas, and malls.  PowerKiss is used in 1,000 charging spots in airports, hotels, coffee shops, and McDonalds across Europe.  The combined companies are aimed at enabling a consistent wireless charging experience for people across the world.

“With our on-the-go lifestyles, keeping our devices powered and ready at alltimes has become the biggest unmet consumer need. Uniting forces behinda common standard ensures that consumers will be able to avail themselvesof the widest possible ecosystem of public places where they can recharge,”said Powermat CEO Ran Poliakine. “Very soon consumers will be able toaccess wireless power seamlessly as they move between home, office, coffeeshop, car and airport. PowerKiss shares our dream of a wireless world, andhas the creativity and exceptional capabilities needed to help transform thisdream into reality.”

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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