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Sagar 01 July 2023
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Nokia has announced it signed a new long-term patent cross-license agreement with Apple to replace the current license agreement signed back in May 2017, which is set to expire towards the end of 2023.
The new patent license agreement covers Nokia’s inventions in 5G and other technologies. The terms of this agreement between the two companies remain confidential, but Nokia said it will receive payments from Apple for a multi-year period and expects to recognize the revenue related to this new agreement starting in January 2024.
The Finnish company also said that the new agreement with Apple is consistent with its long-term outlook in its Financial Report disclosed on April 20, 2023.
Commenting on this agreement, Jenni Lukander, President of Nokia Technologies, said, “We are delighted to have concluded a long-term patent license agreement with Apple on an amicable basis. The agreement reflects the strength of Nokia’s patent portfolio, decades-long investments in R&D, and contributions to cellular standards and other technologies.”
Nokia’s patent portfolio is built on more than €140 billion invested in R&D since 2000 and consists of around 20,000 patent families, including more than 5,500 patent families essential to 5G.
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I read that BBK is into the same shenanigans of using Nokia patents without paying in Indonesia and got sued by Nokia. The difference with court case in Germany is BBK has more political influence in Indonesia and the case was dismissed in favor of B…
Even much better systems have failed and yet you still don't learn? People don't need another system.
Come on, BBK, hold on the way you do now! 😃
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