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Eleven New Members Join NFC Forum at Associate, Implementer and Startup Implementer Levels

The NFC Forum announced that 11 new members have joined the organization recently including CTC Advanced as an Associate Member and 10 other companies as an Implementer Member or at the NFC Forum's new Startup Implementer Membership Level.  The new members represent a variety of industries and markets worldwide such as the Internet of Things (IoT), transportation, retail, payment and automotive.
The NFC Forum is dedicated to advancing the use of Near Field Communication (NFC). Through the work of its Committees and Working Groups, the NFC Forum empowers organizations to deliver secure, tap-based interactions with an intuitive, reliable experience to users around the globe.
"We continue to see a surge in membership from companies interested in using NFC technology to improve their products and services along with enhancing the overall customer experience," said Paula Hunter, executive director, NFC Forum.  "With today’s connected consumer, there is a growing desire to use NFC technology to stay nimble and maintain a competitive edge in the marketplace."
The NFC Forum draws innovative member organizations from all regions of the globe reflecting the increasing worldwide interest in adoption and implementation of NFC technology.
New Associate Member:
CTC Advanced
Joining as Implementer Members:
ASUSTek Computer Inc.
eMCREY Limited
Teledyne LeCroy Frontline, Inc
Newest Startup Implementer Members:
Cilab GMBH

Any organization interested in using NFC technology to improve their product, service or customer experience is encouraged to apply for NFC Forum membership.  In addition, to ongoing work via conference calls and online meetings, the NFC Forum holds face-to-face, member meetings three times a year to advance NFC initiatives and to address specifications and other projects under development.  The next member meeting is scheduled for June 19 - 22, 2017 in H? ChÍ Minh City, Vietnam. 
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