Two White papers and Infographic Available Free For Download WAKEFIELD, Mass., USA – April 7, 2021 –The NFC Forum, the global standards-body for Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, unveiled two [...]
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Galaxy M42 nears release as Samsung wins final approval
April 8, 2021SamMobile
The Galaxy M42 seems to be nearing its commercial debut, with Samsung just obtaining what’s likely the final regulatory approval for the mid-ranger’s release. Namely, a device bearing model number SM-M426B/DS has been greenlit by the NFC Forum Certification Program earlier this week, with previous reports suggesting we’re looking at a rebranded version of the Galaxy A42 5G.
NFC Forum Releases New IoT, Event Management And Mobility-as-a-Service Resources
April 7, 2021Digital Journal
The NFC Forum, the global standards-body for Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, unveiled two white papers and an infographic today ranging in topics from Internet-of-Things (IoT) data acquisition and mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) to event management and improving the customer experience with NFC.
NFC Forum Publishes eID for Mobility-as-a-Service Document
February 18, 2021RFID Journal
NFC Forum publishes eID for mobility-as-a-service document; XO2Tech intros RFID data-as-a-service platform; ABI Research white paper highlights LoRa and LoRaWAN growth; FogHorn, IBM collaborate on edge-to-hybrid cloud solutions for IoT; IOTech Software supports computer vision, AI at IoT edge.
End application interoperability NFC Forum launches CR12 product certification program
December 21, 2020Micro-Electronics
In order to expand the application field of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, the NFC Forum recently released a new version of its product certification program CR12. Before the launch of CR12, NFC has been widely used in various fields, but due to differences in application scenarios, the core technologies used by NFC devices are not the same, and it is difficult to guarantee 100% interoperability.