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Ossia nets FCC certification, last major criticism of Cota

Wireless power slinger Ossia has finally secured FCC certification for its Cota protocol, which can provide trickle-charge power and even data communication to IoT devices. The lack of certification was often, if not always, brought up in conversations with other wireless power companies, and this looks like a significant initial win for the startup, which should be able to secure longer-range certification. Ossia has always stood out from the pack thanks to its much longer ranges, and while it can’t deliver the sorts of power levels to charge smartphones or laptops, it can provide plenty to power all sorts of IoT devices – ranging from sensors, digital labeling products, or even batteries themselves. It was a deal with a “global…

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