The last five years have been busy for BlackBerry on the patent front as it has moved from a relatively passive, defence-based strategy to one that is much more focused on monetisation. Most recently, the company announced an agreement with Marconi Group entity Teletry to outsource much of its licensing activity in the smartphone space. In light of that deal, IAM focuses on the Canadian outfit’s patent position to provide an exclusive analysis of its portfolio, an overview of its licensing activity and a look back at key IP-related events. 

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