Samsung. The Korean company has made a historic decision with Huawei, which surprised many people, but what shows that there are ways to solve the problems amicably. Samsung and Huawei have made a decision to end a long legal battle established on no less than 40 open legal cases in different parts of the world, reaching an agreement that will allow them to license each other's technologies.
Samsung. All the processes opened by the two companies are against each other to bring them back from the courts, and only then can joint licensing be negotiated. The agreement between Samsung and Huawei comes at a time when the Chinese has become close to Koreans in terms of annual sales, and it is expected that this will not change them too soon.
Samsung. HISTORIC DECISION MADE WITH Huawei
Samsung. The announcement of the agreement between the two companies comes a few weeks after Apple and Qualcomm made a similar decision on their legal issues. Of course, the situation between Samsung and Huawei is still different, because we are talking about two companies with quite different problems, but in the end there is a "middle way" to the problems getting solve them.
It is said that Samsung Electronics and Huawei Technologies have agreed to resolve their three-year dispute over smartphone patents, which are likely to refocus their energy on resisting global decline in demand. Terms are not public, but companies are thought to discuss cross-licensing patents that are linked to basic technologies.
Samsung. The legal problems between Huawei and the Koreans began in 2016, when the Chinese accused the first of breaking some patents for 4G technologies. In China, Huawei has won victories in open legal cases against Samsung, and probably because it has little to win from some of the legal cases, Korean company has decided to reach an agreement t with the Chinese to "get cheaper".
Samsung. It's not known whether it was about paying any amounts to reach these agreements, and it's not known which patents could be licensed between companies, so it's still to & # 39 w see what will be published.