Ericsson and ZTE Settle Patent Disputes
(Beijing) – ZTE Corp. signed a dispute settlement with Ericsson Co., on February 14, ending a nearly year-long battle over several patent infringement disputes.
In April 2011, Ericsson initiated legal proceedings on ZTE Corp. in the U.K., Germany and Italy. Ericsson accused ZTE of infringing on its patents in GSM and 3G/UMTS wireless technology. In the same month, ZTE took legal action against Ericsson and rebuked the latter for infringing on its patents in GSM and 4G mobile phone technology.
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