Cota wireless power delivers power without plugs, wires, or charging pads. It can power multiple devices in motion, without a line-of-sight, at a distance. All Cota-enabled devices can be activated, managed, and monitored via the Cota Cloud platform. Cota power receivers are small enough to be embedded into IoT devices, wearables, and many other electronics.
Through the collaboration, Molex will assist Ossia in designing antennas for Cota transmitters and receivers. As a premier supplier of components and systems, Molex will bring expertise in materials, manufacturing, and product development. The companies aim to jointly develop and commercialize Cota antennas for purchase by manufacturers.
"Remote wireless power is becoming a key enabler of many technologies. We have evaluated several players in the wireless power space and believe Ossia provides a best in class performance and provides an extremely compelling solution," said Lily Yeung, Vice President Molex Ventures. "Given Molex's superior components and antenna capabilities, we hope to bring further innovations to Cota antennas and give customers a compelling antenna choice. Molex has been a strong supporter of Ossia and we look forward to continuing our collaboration through joint product development."
Alongside the joint antenna development project, Molex has followed on its initial investment in Ossia and increased their position as shareholders. Molex holds an Ossia Board Observer seat.