-- Separate MoUs with CCSA (
A core element of the A4WP mission is a commitment to working collaboratively with standards development organizations (SDO) on a national, regional and international basis. Each SDO operates according to its own schedule in response to unique national regulatory, and local and global market conditions. Asia SDO collaborations are uniquely significant as more than half of the A4WP membership is from
"The YRP-BWF wireless power transmission working group develops technical standards for the
"TTA became the first
These new collaborations will benefit the industry and consumers with anticipated more rapid, wider adoption through harmonization of Rezence magnetic resonance based wireless power transfer technology.
A4WP is exhibiting its wireless charging standard at the 2014
For a video demonstration of A4WP's Rezence-enabled spatial freedom, visit http://www.rezence.com/media/multimedia.
CCSA is the Chinese state-level Information Communication Technology (ICT) standards organization with a membership of over 300 manufacturers, network operators, service providers, research bodies and academia in the communication field, which carries out research activities on information and communications technical standards. CCSA has the objective to adapt the Chinese communications market, to keep pace with global standardization progress, to promote the activities on communications standardization in
BWF was established to contribute to the promotion of early commercialization and international development of the systems and services using new radio communication technologies. By conducting R&D, investigation, information collection, liaison and coordination with related organizations, and dissemination activities, BWF aims at the sound advancement of those new systems and services using new wireless communication technologies. YRP R&D Promotion Committee serves as the secretariat of
Established in 1988, TTA contributes to the advancement of technology and the promotion of information and telecommunications services and industry as well as the development of national economy, by effectively establishing and publishing technical standards, as well as providing testing and certification services that reflect the latest domestic and international technological advances, needed for the planning, design and operation of global end-to-end telecommunications and related information services, in close collaboration with companies, organizations and groups concerned with information and telecommunications such as network operators, service providers, equipment manufacturers, academia, R&D institutes, etc. For more information visit the TTA website( http://www.tta.or.kr/English ).
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