Now that it has been defeated on FRAND, Google must find other ways to leverage SEPs
A Seattle district court hearing a standards-essential patent (SEP) dispute between Microsoft and Google-owned Motorola Mobility has set a fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) licence fee for Moto’s SEPs relating to the H.264 video codec…
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