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Jun 21, 2017

How2 Cut The Power Cord: Wireless Power Is Ready For Prime Time

Alex Lidow, Ph.D., CEO and Co-founder

This post was originally published on the How2Power web site. Learn more about eGaN technology here and EPC GaN solutions for wireless power here.

Wireless charging is not a new topic—it has been talked about for quite a while. Unfortunately, it has not seen widespread consumer acceptance. But, with a recently developed innovative approach to the design of transmission coils, wireless power is ready for widespread application.

Jun 16, 2016

No Need for Power Cords Now!

Alex Lidow, Ph.D., CEO and Co-founder

Wireless Power is here and Multi-mode Solutions will Fuel its Adoption Rate

Wireless power has arrived! The 220 end-use products with embedded wireless power capability sold in 2015 provides evidence of this arrival. More recently, Dell’s demonstration of a 30 W wireless charging pad for laptops at Computex showed the expansion of this technology to mobile devices beyond the cell phone.

Companies the likes of Google and Facebook have declared that they are making charging stations conveniently available to employees. In fact, the wireless power market is estimated to grow at an 85% CAGR through 2020. It is clear that the design and manufacturing “engines” for wireless power production have started. We are on our way to realizing the prediction by Wireless Power Consortium’s (WPC) vice president of marketing development, John Perzow, when he “…envisions a phone that never dies since it will be continuously charged…It [phone] will be charging while you’re sleeping, driving, working, and practically any public place you decide to stay at.”