Near Field Communication
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a new technology developed for pairing two devices over a very short distance. Introduced in 2002 by the joint effort of NXP Semiconductors (a Philips Semiconductors spin-off) and Sony, it has brought to the scene new benefits for modern consumers, particularly mobile users.
In december's article, David Eror, CCNP and CCSI at NIL Data Communications, took a deep look into this interesting technology.
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