Ossia Ready To Showcase Cota Real Wireless Power Initiative At CES 2016

Posted: Jan 4 2016, 10:26am CST | by , Updated: Jan 4 2016, 7:57pm CST, in News | CES


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Headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, Ossia is set to showcase the best of its Cota platform and wireless power initiatives at the CES 2016. CES 2016 will take place in Las Vegas between January 6 to 9; and the company is set to demonstrate the power of its wireless technology as it applies to real-world applications and real-life solutions.

Ossia’s flagship product is Cota – already patented, and it wirelessly charges other devices that are up to 30 feet away and transfers needed energy directly to them, based on the company’s smart antenna technology. Without any wire connections, Cota can charge several devices automatically and simultaneously in the most wireless process – keeping the world powered on and connected at all times.

Set to showcase its Cota live at the Sands Expo Tech West Booth #72791, the company desires to demonstrate its portable tabletop transmitter/charger, mobile phone and Internet-of-Things receivers – all on its entire Cota platform. But that’s not all, Ossia is also set to showcase the first battery that charges itself in the world – it is a AA-size battery that does not run down.

"We are very excited to show CES 2016 attendees and the rest of the world how Cota can free us from power cables in the same way that Wi-Fi freed us from data cables," said Hatem Zeine, founder and CEO of Ossia and creator of Cota technology. "There have been many claims about wireless power but at CES 2016 Ossia is setting the new standard by demonstrating real wireless power, real applications and a real partner ecosystem."

At CES 2016, Ossia will be working with KDDI, Si-Ware, XPNDBLS, OSF Global Services and other firms that have partnered with it in developing various wireless power and data technologies on the Cota platform.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/52" rel="author">Charles I. Omedo</a>
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