Isis, which is a company that has been put together by a number of different carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile as well as Verizon, has had support flash of them by a number of device manufacturing companies including me venture Isis. The carrier led venture is one that is looking to really centralize the support for the NFC technology and take it to an entirely new level. All of the handset makers are now committed to introducing handsets that will include the Isys NFC related technology standards. They’re going to be representing a number of different carriers, and having the device manufacturing companies on board with the launch of the service is big news for them because it allows them to have a wider reach throughout the community. Other companies have also tried to launch their own services including Google with the recently launched Google Wallet program which is available for Android handsets such as Unlocked Samsung Infuse, Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc, etc...
The technology that Isis uses is certainly going to become more popular in the coming months and weeks. Being able to pay for objects with a swipe of your mobile device is something that I think that a lot of people would like to have by their sides. Being able to bring it to as many people as possible is something that mobile carriers are likely looking to do. However, they’re not going to be able to do so without first getting as many companies on board with it as possible.
Bringing this NFC technology to the forefront is ideal for the companies involved and will definitely be able to change the outlook of the general public in a more quick way. If they are not able to get the public knowledgeable about what this technology is, then quickly implementing it will be tougher than you think.
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