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NXP Seeks to Open Up Access to Embedded Chips in Android Phones

Nov 20 2014

With interest growing again in embedded secure elements in NFC phones to store applications, thanks to Apple Pay, NXP Semiconductors is trying to drive demand for its embedded chips in Android phones by making it easier for service providers to load their applications on the silicon.

NXP Reports NFC Sales Soar on Shipments to Apple

NXP Semiconductors reported a big jump in sales from its emerging ID unit in the third quarter, thanks to shipments of NFC chips and secure elements to Apple for the tech giant’s new iPhones.

Amid High-Profile Win with Apple, NXP Quietly Loses NFC Business for Samsung’s Galaxy Handsets

NFC Times Exclusive: While NXP Semiconductors won the coveted contract to supply NFC chips and secure elements to Apple for its new iPhone models, it has been cut out of the recent business for Samsung Galaxy handsets, including the Note 4.

NFC Booster Chip in New iPhones One Key to Apple Pay Performance, Though Not Yet Standardized

NFC Times Exclusive: In what is believed to be one of the first uses for NFC booster technology in NFC phones, the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus feature an amplifier chip enabling a unique antenna design by Apple for its Apple Pay service that launched Monday.

NXP Reports Higher NFC Sales, Offers No Hints on NFC-Enabled iPhone

Jul 30 2014

NXP Semiconductors said sales in its emerging ID business–mainly made up of its NFC chips–increased by 22% in the second quarter, compared with the first quarter, and CEO Richard Clemmer insisted the chip maker’s secure element business would continue to remain a strong contributor.

Broadcom Acknowledges Smartphone Contract Losses for NFC; Touts Wearables Wins

U.S.-based Broadcom acknowledged that it lost two major design wins for smartphones, but noted wins in wearables, and the company predicted growth over time for its NFC business.

NXP CEO Points to Boost in NFC Business from Design Win; Downplays HCE Threat

Netherlands-based chip supplier NXP Semiconductors reported decreased revenue for its emerging ID unit, which includes its NFC mobile transactions business, but alluded to its design win for the Samsung Galaxy S5. The company also remained optimistic about EMV and denied seeing host-card emulation as a threat.

NXP Sees Increase in NFC Chip Shipments for 2013 Despite Loss of Galaxy S4

NFC Times Exclusive: Despite a slow year in NFC sales and loss of business for Samsung’s Galaxy S4 flagship, NXP Semiconductors shipped significantly more NFC controllers in 2013 than in 2012 and held onto the top spot among NFC chip suppliers last year over rival Broadcom. With its design win for the Galaxy S5, it appears poised to take the lion's share of business again this year.

NXP Wins Back NFC Controller Business for Samsung Flagship But Misses on Embedded Chip

NFC Times Exclusive: Samsung Electronics has switched back to an NFC controller chip from NXP Semiconductors for most of the planned shipments of its new flagship, the Galaxy S5, but the phones will not pack NXP’s embedded secure element, NFC Times has learned.

NXP Reports ‘Slow Year’ for NFC in 2013 But Remains Optimistic About Design Wins, EMV

NXP Semiconductors, as expected, reported a slowdown in revenue growth in 2013 for NFC, but the chip maker expressed optimism that its NFC business would pick up again around the middle of 2014.

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TI’s NFC Sensor Transponder Latest Product to Target Wearables, IoT Markets

U.S-based Texas Instruments said it expects to see prototype launches of devices using its recently launched NFC sensor transponder in the first quarter of 2015, as the U.S.-based chip maker seeks a larger stake in the promising markets for wearables, Internet of Things and industrial applications that sometimes require an NFC interface.

NFC SIMs in Short Supply for Chunghwa Telecom's NFC Rollout

NFC Times Exclusive – TAIPEI, Taiwan – Gemalto announced this week that it is providing NFC SIM cards for Chunghwa Telecom’s commercial launch of NFC services, but availability of the SIMs to the telco’s subscribers are extremely limited and none of the telco’s shops or service centers currently have the cards, NFC Times has learned.

People on the Move: Awad Returns to Broadcom’s NFC Program as Chip Maker’s NFC Business Lags Behind Chief Rivals

Dec 4 2014

NFC Times Exclusive – Mohamed Awad, who formerly headed Broadcom’s NFC business, has returned to oversee the program, among other duties, as Broadcom looks to reinvigorate a progra

NFC Telco Pioneer Turkcell Pulls Back on Support for Technology

NFC Times Exclusive – Turkey’s largest mobile operator, Turkcell, one of the first telcos globally to launch NFC service commercially, has pulled back from the technology, having seen too little take-up for NFC retail payments, NFC Times has learned.

Gemalto Seeks to Reposition TSM Offer as ‘Hub,’ as It Tries to Counter Threats to Its NFC Business; but is It Really a Hub?

Dec 1 2014

NFC Times Exclusive – With the role of the TSM coming under increasing pressure for being too complex and costly, Gemalto, the world’s largest TSM, is seeking to reposition its TSM offer–promoting it as being part of a large “trusted services hub,” as the France-based vendor tries to convince more banks to provision their credit and debit cards on NFC SIMs.

NXP Seeks to Open Up Access to Embedded Chips in Android Phones

Nov 20 2014

With interest growing again in embedded secure elements in NFC phones to store applications, thanks to Apple Pay, NXP Semiconductors is trying to drive demand for its embedded chips in Android phones by making it easier for service providers to load their applications on the silicon.

Orange NFC Chief: We Want to Talk to Apple about Putting Orange Cash on iPhone

NFC Times Exclusive: The head of mobile payments for France-based mobile operator Orange Group said he wants to talk to Apple about enabling the telco’s co-branded payment application, Orange Cash, on the Apple Pay platform. 

Visa, MasterCard: Secure In-App Payments with Apple Pay a ‘Game Changer,’ but Card-Not-Present Rates Remain

NFC Times Exclusive: While the thought of more consumers tapping their phones to pay in stores is attracting the most attention with the launch of Apple Pay, it’s the prospect of users paying for purchases in mobile apps with Apple Pay that could be the real breakthrough, say representatives of Visa and MasterCard Worldwide. 

OTI Reduces Growth Estimate and Pushes Back Positive EBITDA Prediction

Israeli-based NFC and contactless company On Track Innovations pushed back its prediction for positive adjusted EBITDA back to the third quarter of 2015 and reduced its estimate for 2014 revenue growth to 10%, down from the 30% it had predicted previously, the company reported in its quarterly earnings call.

DeviceFidelity Acquired by mPOS and Reader Component Supplier Kili

Canada-based Kili Technology, which supplies hardware modules, firmware and IP for mobile point of sale, readers and other payment-acceptance devices, has acquired NFC-accessories vendor DeviceFidelity.

Subway Eschews Exclusivity, Supports Multiple Mobile Wallets

NFC Times Exclusive: LAS VEGAS, Nev. – While a number of major U.S. merchants have pledged to only accept one mobile-payments service, that is not the case for giant Subway sandwich chain, which has now introduced at least three major options for its customers to pay with their smartphones.

AmEx and Discover Weigh In On HCE, Tokenization and Acceptance

Las Vegas, Nev. – No single mobile payments provider or platform will dominate the market in the long run, so card networks should adopt a flexible approach, CEOs of two major payment networks, American Express and Discover Financial Services, told attendees at this week’s Money 2020 conference.