By Victor Corda - June 20, 2016
The Taiwan Association of Information and Communication Standards, also known as (TAICS) has signed an agreement with Wireless Power Consortium, or WPC, to help boost the development of Qi wireless charging standard making it a more common site. This should help made a Qi wireless charging ecosystem in Taiwan.
This announcement should make Taiwan-based companies with Qi wireless charging products boost their productivity and earnings with TAICS backing up their endeavour. This may also have other companies start making their own wireless charging products to bring out to the market.
HTC, one of the biggest companies based in Taiwan, has obtained an approval from the Taiwan government to start a wireless charging network project in Taiwan by making Qi wireless charging pads implemented in convenience stores, libraries, and hotels in the country. The project has been penned as Wireless Power Charging A+. [link]
Founded in 2015, Boundless Net is the first wireless charging service operator in Taiwan. With 2 years of development, anycharge, a wireless charging service integrated the world's fastest chargers with powerful sofwares has been released. Based on Qi wireless charging standard, mainstream smartphones including the newest Samsung Galaxy S8 and iPhone X are supported. Besides, mobile app and cloud solutions such as hardware management, user management and value-adding systems not only create an extraordinary experience, but enable diverse applications for enterprises.