IT House News on June 22. According to Huawei's official website, Huawei Technology Co., Ltd. has recently signed a patent license agreement with Nordic Semiconductor Corporation. Huawei granted Nordic and its customers a component -level permit for the necessary patent -level permits for low -power Wide -area Honeycomb IoT standards. The relevant patent license fee is set in accordance with the principle of fairness, reasonable and non -discriminatory (FRAND) principles.
Huawei and Nordic reached the agreement in a short time through transparent and friendly consultations.
According to this agreement, Nordic can provide comprehensive legal protection for its honeycomb IoT customers, and obtain and use Huawei's high -value standardized cellular Internet of Things technology through feasible and legal ways. The agreement will bring greater business and legal certainty to the Internet of Things industry.
Huawei European Intellectual Property Department said: "In the field of low-power wide-range LTE-M and narrow belt Internet of Things, Huawei has a leading standard necessary patent combination. This is a subscription of 4G standards and has great value to the Internet of Things. Huawei is very good. Happy to reach this license agreement with Nordic, which will enable large -scale deployment of low -power honeycomb IoT technology in various industries to further promote global digital transformation. "
Nordic Semiconductor Corporation stated: "The patent license in the field of honeycomb IoT is a relatively new practice in the industry and requires flexible solutions. This agreement reached with Huawei marks that the honeycomb Internet of Things industry has begun to gradually adopt global semiconductors. The industry's practice based on the FRAND principle conducts standard and necessary patent permits. The two parties conducted reasonable and pragmatic negotiations, and realized that the simplified procedure will help promote market growth, allowing each of the honeycomb network customers including Huawei, Nordic, and Nordic, Fang all benefited. "
Earlier, Fan Zhiyong, Minister of Intellectual Property Department of Huawei Intellectual Property, pointed out that in the past five years, more than 2 billion smartphones have obtained Huawei 4G/5G patent permits; about 8 million vehicles obtain smart cars with 4G/5G patent licenses to consumers each year; In the field of video, 260 manufacturers and 1 billion terminal products have obtained Huawei's HEVC patent license through the patent pool; in the WiFi field, Huawei is actively discussing the establishment of a new patent pool. Provide a one -stop patent license. In addition, Huawei is also actively communicating with relevant agencies to actively communicate the combined patent operation plan in the 5G field.