Market Snapshot
  • U.S.
  • Europe
  • Asia
Ticker Volume Price Price Delta
DJIA 16,408.54 -16.31 -0.10%
S&P 500 1,864.85 2.54 0.14%
NASDAQ 4,095.52 9.29 0.23%
Ticker Volume Price Price Delta
STOXX 50 3,155.81 16.55 0.53%
FTSE 100 6,625.25 41.08 0.62%
DAX 9,409.71 91.89 0.99%
Ticker Volume Price Price Delta
NIKKEI 14,516.27 98.74 0.68%
TOPIX 1,173.37 6.78 0.58%
HANG SENG 22,760.24 64.23 0.28%

BlackBerry, NEC, Texas Instruments, ZTE, and Dozens More Drive Exponential Growth for PMA.



  BlackBerry, NEC, Texas Instruments, ZTE, and Dozens More Drive Exponential
                               Growth for PMA.

Power Matters Alliance Grows 50% in 30 Days

PR Newswire

BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 26, 2013

BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 26, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- (Mobile World Congress) -- Big
names in the mobile world continued the surge in support for the Power Matters
Alliance (PMA), the world's leading ecosystem and standard for wireless power.

Following recent announcements of support by AT&T, Starbucks, Otterbox, IDT,
NXP and many others, the Power Matters Alliance today announced that
BlackBerry, NEC, Texas Instruments, ZTE, and dozens more have joined its
membership role in the past month alone.

"We're excited to see the momentum behind the PMA," said Jeff Howard, Vice
President, Mobile Devices and Accessories at AT&T, and a PMA Board member.
"The PMA membership has created an industry standard for wireless power and
with that continues to move towards creating a real world ecosystem that turns
our standard into a new reality for consumers worldwide."

PMA was founded by Powermat Technologies and Procter & Gamble in 2012;
Google's Chief Internet Evangelist, Vint Cerf, is its Honorary Chairman, and
its board includes representatives from AT&T, Duracell, Starbucks and the US
Government's Energy Star and Federal Communications Commission (both in
non-voting capacity).The PMA's efforts to set a global standard for smart and
environmental wireless power operates under the IEEE Standards Association
(IEEE-SA) Industry Connections program – and PMA members are working to create
a real-world ecosystem of wireless power based on the PMA standard.

Attendees of the Mobile World Congress are invited to Hall 7 Stand #7f60 to
learn more about the Power Matters Alliance.

About the Power Matters Alliance
PMA was founded by Powermat Technologies and Procter & Gamble in
2012. Google's Vint Cerf – one of the fathers of the Internet – is its
Honorary Chairman, and its board includes AT&T, Duracell, Starbucks and the US
Government's Energy Star and Federal Communications Commission. A wide array
of PMA-compliant products are available at leading retailers, and compatible
'wireless charging spots' have been installed at leading airports, stadiums,
restaurants, gyms and hair salons. Membership of the PMA is open to all, and
its technical specifications are available to all members
at www.powermatters.org.

SOURCE Power Matters Alliance

Website: http://www.powermatters.org
Contact: Scott Eisenstein, +1-212-810-6544, scott@powermat.com, or Thea Merkos
Ignatiou, +1-212-297-2767, thea@powermat.com
Sponsored Links
Advertisement
Advertisements
Sponsored Links
Advertisement