GoToTags, a leader in Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, began in 2011 to simplify the use of NFC for businesses. Over the years, GoToTags has supplied millions of NFC tags globally and developed advanced desktop, cloud, and mobile software and hardware solutions. Today, GoToTags is extending its expertise to Ultra-High Frequency Radio-Frequency Identification (UHF RFID), offering comprehensive solutions in this adjacent industry. The company has recently upgraded its systems to support UHF RFID, including software enhancements, new UHF RFID hardware and modern tag encoding robotics and services.
Apple’s use of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology on the iPhone has evolved significantly. Apple first added support for NFC with the iPhone 7, primarily to enable contactless payments with Apple Pay. With iOS 11, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 gained the ability to read NFC tags which opened a large market for NFC based contactless applications. iOS 12 fixed several issues with the iOS NFC SDK, Core NFC which finally allowed 3rd party developers to build engaging NFC applications.
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GoToTags is proud to announce the addition of NFC tag products to the GoToTags catalog featuring STMicroelectronics (ST) NFC chips. In the past NXP has maintained a decisive market dominance over the NFC chip production market.