This comes as a surprise revelation to everyone. When Nokia acquired Alcatel-Lucent they didn't mention or announce anything about acquiring Alcatel brand which is used for smartphones and Tablets. It was assumed that Alcatel brand name was acquired by TCL to use in its Alcatel range of smartphones and Tablets. But
Acacia Research, a technology licensing company has acquired more patents from Nokia in the field of Networking. This agreement is understood to help Acacia in strengthening its presence in technology licesing with some top 2G/3G/LTE and LTE-Advance patent portfolio. The payment terms of this agreement are not known yet. Acacia Research
Nokia has signed patent acquisition and licensing agreement with WiLAN. Under the acquisition agreement, WiLAN which is considered to be a "patent troll" firm has acquired a portfolio of patents from Nokia Networks. Though terms of this agreement are not known, but Nokia may get benefited either by payment made
Nokia and Apple have got favorable ruling against Samsung & Quinn Emmanuel lawyers in the confidential patent agreement leak case. Samsung will pay $2 million to Apple and Nokia under this ruling. If you remember, Nokia and Apple have proposed sanctions against Samsung and its representative law firm in US court.
After the EE LTE deal, NSN scores another biggie here! It has signed a network upgrade contract with Vodafone. This is a 5-year deal and NSN will modernize and expand Vodafone's existing radio network. Nokia Solutions and Networks has been awarded a contract by Vodafone to modernize and expand its existing
NSN has been setting new network speed records, introducing new operations, mobile security solution in last few days and have emerged as the first Network company with "full cloud portfolio" solutions. But wait, there is more to report! NSN has made its CEM offering more powerful by adding CEM for Loyalty
So, HTC finally let go of its stubbornness and entered into patent licensing agreement with Nokia. While one after another injunction wins against it in Germany may have been one of the major reasons, seems HTC was destined for one bigger setback soon. According to FOSS patents, on coming Monday, the
VimpelCom is the sixth largest global mobile operator based on subscriber numbers (212 million) and provides services in Europe, North America and various emerging markets in 18 countries. Now, great news is that VimpelCom has entered into an carrier billing agreement with Nokia and Microsoft which will allow its customers to