Intel’s cable-free future will use WiTricity’s advanced wireless charging

The wireless charging space recently expanded with the introduction of A4WP’s Rezence brand, followed by the participation of PC giants, Lenovo and Dell. Now, things are about to get even more interesting as WiTricity and Intel — both being A4WP board members — today announced their technology licensing deal.

Intel and WiTricity working together on wireless charging tech

Hoping to rid the world of power cords, WiTricity announced a new technology licensing agreement with Intel on Tuesday. Both the wireless charging company and the chip-maker are board members of the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP) which has adopted WiTricity’s Rezence magnetic resonance charging technology.

Electricity: Cutting the cords

Batteries let us live life on the go. They power the laptops, smartphones, handheld games and music players that accompany us everywhere. Yet no matter where we take our favorite electronic gadgets, they eventually end up in the same place: plugged into an outlet to recharge. That is changing. Batteries will always need recharging. But…

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Companies Developing Wireless Battery System for Soldiers

The Army is testing a system that would be able to move power wirelessly to and from the conformal battery in a soldier’s vest, allowing him to charge it and power certain devices without being tethered to an outlet. This wireless power transfer could reduce the amount of batteries that soldiers carry by at least…

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How WiTricity’s wireless power system will change everything

As technology continues to take over our lives, so too have unsightly cords, wires, and bulky power sources entangled and cluttered our public and private living spaces. Additionally, the need for easily accessible, portable, and reliable sources of energy – to power everything including wearable technologies, implanted medical devices, and industrial and commercial robotics –…

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TDK moves quickly to commercialize wireless charging for electric cars

TDK today announced that it plans to “quickly commercialize wireless power transfer systems” for charging electric vehicles and other electric mobility applications. The announcement was made after TDK reached a licensing agreement with Watertown, Mass-based WiTricity, a maker of resonant magnetic coupling technology.

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