Reach, which specializes in developing long-distance wireless power technology so that charging can be carried out as remotely as a Wi-Fi network, recently launched a $30 million Series B round of financing, led by technology venture capital DCVC, and other participants include Y Combinator , Transform VC and Collaborative Fund. At present, most of the wireless charging used by people is inductive, that is, the device must be placed on the charging pad for “wireless” charging. However, Reach is developing a long-distance wireless power technology, which can charge devices several meters away and support the home or industrial environments.
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