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Forget rugby & tourism...NZTech's CEO on what Apple's latest acquisition means for us
"New Zealand is becoming one of the top 10 tech countries in the world. We are not just rugby and tourism anymore.”
Apple acquires NZ wireless charging developer PowerbyProxi
Earlier this year, Apple gave a sneak peek of AirPower, an Apple-designed wireless charging accessory coming in 2018.
PowerbyProxi launches wireless power kits for consumer devices
"The Proxi-2D EVK-1 is the next step towards getting advanced resonant wireless charging technology in the hands of consumers."
PowerbyProxi set to showcase new wave of wireless charging
"We continue to drive advances in wireless charging technology."
Silicon Valley veteran joins PowerbyProxi to focus on international growth
"New Zealand companies are beginning to realise they can play in a world class game. To do so they must bring on international board members."
PowerbyProxi strengthens management team with new VP
"We are pushing the boundaries for higher power and distance for CE and industrial applications and have access to some of the smartest wireless power experts in the world from The University of Auckland - I’m really excited about the capabilities of the team."
NZ tech firm twice as powerful following US wireless win
The New Year parties may now be over, but Kiwi wireless firm PowerbyProxi is still celebrating after signing a technology licensing agreement with a giant of the semiconductor industry.
NZ tech firm nails down US wireless deal
"We believe this is an excellent opportunity to use their expertise and IP to provide new and exciting capabilities to the market."
New partnership helps PowerbyProxi develop wireless power systems
Auckland-based PowerbyProxi and Linear Technology have today announced a partnership to develop wireless power systems for use in a range of applications and environments.
Samsung surprises with investment in Kiwi company
PowerbyProxi receives the first form of investment in a New Zealand company by Samsung, while also sealing a new strategic partnership with the tech giants.
PowerbyProxi joins Wireless Power Consortium
Kiwi tech company becomes the newest member of the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC), a group which sets the global standard for wireless charging.
US deal signals Power to the Proxi
Wireless company secures $5 million funding from new American investor TE Connectivity.