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Proposal: Near Field Communication (NFC) Components and Devices

Near Field Communication (NFC): Emerging Market Analysis Is NFC the future of fast, secure, wireless transaction processing?

Near Field Communications (NFC) may be one of those rare, once in a decade, technologies that revolutionizes how business is conducted. It is a short-range wireless connectivity method enabling fast, secure, high-bandwidth data communication between two or more devices very close together. Already, NFC solutions span a wide spectrum of implementations – from benign to mission critical. Solutions utilizing NFC include proximity cards used in building access control, key fobs at gas pumps and ‘smart’ charge cards.

The ‘newest’ iteration of NFC may be the most powerful and disruptive yet. Jointly developed by NXP (Philips) and Sony, it uses magnetic field induction to establish a peer-to-peer (P2P) data exchange network. Once an NFC connection is configured, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi can be used for longer range communication or transferring larger amounts of data. This latest NFC approach is radically different than previous solutions because it focuses on enabling cell phones to host NFC-enabled transactions across a virtually unlimited range of applications.

VDC’s NFC: Emerging Market Analysis will provide developers, integrators and users with actionable market intelligence to help support their product, market and channel development decisions including:

  • Current NFC solution developments and deployments, in-depth analysis of global market opportunity for NFC, detailed definition and segmentation of the potential applications for NFC;

  • Conservative market penetration models, adoption rates, estimates and forecasts for NFC in a wide range of applications;

  • Technical and commercial requirements analysis from OEMs, integrators and end users considering NFC as a part of their solution(s);

  • Industry structure and competitive analysis of NFC component and device suppliers, including market share, position, direction and profiles; and

  • Discussion of key challenges, mandates, standards, forces and trends driving market demand for and

resistance to NFC.

PROJECT LAUNCH

FINAL REPORT SHIP

STANDARD PUBLICATION FEE

December 2007

April 2008

$5,950

RESEARCH SCHEDULE

CONTACT INFORMATION

For More Information Contact:

Research Analysts Andrew Nathanson | andrewn@vdc-corp.com | x: 125 Louis Bianchin | lbianchin@vdc-corp.com | x: 130

Account Representatives Tim Shea | tims@vdc-corp.com | x: 119 Tim Callahan | timc@vdc-corp.com | x:113

Venture Development Corporation | 508.653.9000

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