Ericsson and Nokia have told IAM that they will not be making licensing commitments under the new patent policy introduced by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The moves, which follow similar announcements by Qualcomm and InterDigital, place serious questions over the IEEE’s ability to implement the changes across the tech industry and to maintain its status as one of the leading standards organisations in areas such as Wi-Fi.

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