Powermat will align itself to Apple’s Wireless Charging

13 March, 2017

Powermat said it Recognize Apple's ability to bring wireless charging into the mainstream by the sheer volume of iPhones in the market

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Following Apple’s decision to join the Wireless Power Consortium, Powermat announced that the company would be ready to support iPhones with whatever  wireless charging protocol Apple employs.  Recognizing Apple’s ability to bring wireless charging into the mainstream by the sheer volume of iPhones in the market, Powermat said Apple’s move will accelerate the growth of the wireless charging category.

“Regardless of which standard Apple will ultimately adopt or whether they’ll develop their own proprietary technology, we believe the category is big enough for everyone to play,” said Elad Dubzinski, Powermat CEO.  “Powermat was the first wireless charging company to develop the technology and envision a world where wireless power is ubiquitous. That was the brainchild of Ran Poliakine, our founder and the first Powermat CEO. We are delighted that Apple will help bring that vision to fruition.”

Powermat has made a decision to become the umbrella provider of wireless charging for all standards and protocols in an effort to ensure that as many people as possible could benefit from wireless power delivery. The Powermat platform has always been capable of supporting multiple protocols. For that reason, Powermat opened their network so that all industry players could connect.

Powermat beleives it currently leads the category in real estate with wireless charging capability being installed in Starbucks stores across the US and abroad.  The company reported there are currently 12,000 Powermat charging spots used regularly by consumers in public venues.  Powermat is also currently installed in over 1 million GM vehicles and more than 250 million mobile devices in the market.  Powermat’s partners also include Duracell, General Motors, AT&T and Starbucks. For more information: www.powermat.com.

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