Huawei sues Samsung for patent infringement phones and networks

May

26

2016

The Chinese manufacturer Huawei leader Samsung sued for infringement of patents, which have more to do with phone software and mobile networks. These include for standard essential patents, which every phone maker must have a license.

Huawei has filed the lawsuit in China and the United States, says the company. Huawei, which makes smartphones and running on violating terms of network equipment for mobile networks, does not make clear exactly what Samsung products that patents. The patents are related to “mobile network connections and software.

Huawei is one of the companies that has many patents on 4G LTE technology, which is in almost all smartphones. The company claims to have over 50,000 patents worldwide. Standard essential patents are patents which phone makers to use the technology to provide support for a given standard such as LTE or Wi-Fi. The holders of such patents should give licenses on reasonable terms. So they have to all companies about imposing the same conditions and ask the same cost. Samsung has not yet responded to the accusation by the competitor.

It’s been years since some of the largest companies in the smartphone market each other’s hair flew over patents. Samsung and Apple have fought a long legal battle, but which is now almost at an end. Samsung is a leader in the phone market, Huawei is the number three worldwide.

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