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Preh To Sell WEVC Systems Based On Qualcomm Halo Technology

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Preh To Sell WEVC Systems Based On Qualcomm Halo Technology

Qualcomm Incorporated and Preh, GmbH, part of the Joyson Electronics Group have entered into a Wireless Electric Vehicle Charging (WEVC) license agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Preh will include Qualcomm Halo WEVC technology in its product portfolio. It will commercialize WEVC systems for Plug-In Hybrid (PHEV) and Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturers. The company will develop and supply WEVC systems based on Qualcomm Halo technology.

Commenting on the collaboration, Michael Bischoff, executive director, Preh said, “The inclusion of Qualcomm Halo WEVC technology in our product portfolio is a key development to enhance our e-mobility offering. We have strong relationships with all the major global automotive manufacturers and are excited to commercialize higher power WEVC solutions for our customers, with the ultimate aim to enhance the EV driver experience.”

Preh currently focuses on developing automotive WEVC systems based on Double D magnetics. The company is in discussions with global automotive manufacturers concerning advanced WEVC programs.

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“As a leading global supplier to the automotive industry, Preh represents a great fit for Qualcomm, expanding our automotive supplier network and becoming a contributor to the dissemination of this exciting new technology,” said Steve Pazol, vice president and general manager, wireless charging, Qualcomm Incorporated. “Qualcomm Halo technology covers all aspects of WEVC systems, allowing Preh to deliver highly efficient, safe and flexible systems to meet the market needs.”

Qualcomm is providing Preh with a comprehensive technology transfer package, aimed to enhance their ability to develop commercially and technically viable WEVC systems, as well as to support the future design of improved high-power WEVC systems based upon advanced magnetics.

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