3GSM 06: Philips And Samsung Demonstrate NFC On Samsung SGH-X700

Posted: Feb 11 2006, 3:20am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:09pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
3GSM 06: Philips and Samsung Demonstrate NFC on Samsung SGH-X700
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The 3GSM conference in Barcelona will be the setting of the latest large-scale demonstration of Near Field Communication Technology (NFC) organized by Philips, Samsung and Telefonica Móviles España.

200 3GSM attendees will be able to make payments and gain access at Fira de Barcelona Convention Center with a NFC enabled Samsung SGH-X700 mobile phone.
Jointly developed by Philips and Sony, NFC is a combination of contactless identification and interconnection technologies that enables wireless short-range communication between mobile devices, consumer electronics, PCs and smart objects.
NFC is compatible with Sony's FeliCa(TM) card and the broadly established contactless smart card infrastructure based on ISO 14443 A, which is used in Philips' MIFARE technology.
We reported about NFC the first time in 2004, when Philips, Sony and Nokia introduced the technology at the CeBit show in Germany. More details on Mobile Mentalism and in this Philips press-release.

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