Beijing IP Court slaps Sony Mobile with injunction based on SEP infringement 23 Mar 17
In what appears to be the first SEP-based injunction issued by a Chinese court, the Beijing IP Court on Wednesday morning ordered Sony Mobile to halt manufacture and sale of 35 mobile devices. The Japanese company was found to have infringed a patent held by Xi’an Iwncomm (sometimes known by its Chinese name Xi’an Xidian Jietong) that is relevant to the WLAN Authentication and Privacy Infrastructure (WAPI) standard, a Chinese counterpart to WiFi.
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