Qualcomm has announced that it has signed a patent licensing deal with Chinese smartphone maker Meizu.
The deal grants Meizu patent licensing for 3G and 4G patents, Qualcomm previously filed a patent lawsuit against Meizu and the two companies have now ended their disagreement.
“Meizu has offered exciting and innovative products for its fans in the last thirteen years,” said Mr. Bai, Yongxiang, President, Meizu. “Today, we are focusing on our vision with better clarity, and striving to become the top designer brand for high tech products. For this goal, we are determined to remove all obstacles, focus on products and focus on the future. It was a nice coincidence we are able to at this juncture push forward with the equal and fair negotiation with Qualcomm. We are confident this cooperation with Qualcomm will add tremendous value to our user, channels, shareholders and employees.”
“Qualcomm is pleased to sign this license agreement with Meizu and to help enhance Meizu’s product line and generate strong growth for the company, both in China and globally,” said Alex Rogers, executive vice president and president, Qualcomm Technology Licensing. “Qualcomm’s standardized technologies are enabling companies to build new products and services across the wireless ecosystem and are transforming people’s lives.”
You can find out more details about the deal between Meizu and Qualcomm over at Qualcomm at the link below.
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