Samsung, Huawei Settle 2-Year Patent Dispute in US 2019

Samsung, Huawei Settle 2-Year Patent Dispute in US 2019, Samsung argued that it gave important concessions for Huawei to resolve the dispute, but both failed to agree on the appropriate terms, the Jonahap News Agency said.

In 2017, a Chinese court ordered Samsung to pay $ 11.6 million (about $ 81 million) for a patent infringement.

Samsung, Huawei Settle 2-Year Patent Dispute in US

 Samsung, Huawei Settle 2-Year Patent Dispute in US :- 

In an electronic case issued to the North District of California on February 26 by the U.S. District Court, the world's two largest smartphone makers agreed to "complete the pending steps to finalize the settlement" within the next 30 days .

Intellectual property dispute, which has set up both companies against each other, shows the cut-throat contest in the wireless market.


• The dispute was on non-licensing use of wireless technology

• Huawei sued Samsung in 2016

• Samsung was ordered by a court to pay $ 11.6 million in 2017
- year patent battle on wireless technology in the US, the court documents were shown on Friday.

Huawei, the world's largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, brought lawsuits against Samsung in San Francisco and China in 2016, claiming that the South Korean company used its cellular technology without license.

On Thursday, Huawei challenged a recent law on the U.S. government, which prevents federal agencies from buying their products.

Shenzhen-based tech firm has denied US claims that its technology is in danger of security and that the ban will eventually harm US consumers.

Filed in Texas Plano, a lawsuit filed in the US District Court challenging the Constitutionalism of Section 889 of the National Defense Authority Act (NDAA) of 2019, which was signed by President Donald Trump in August last year.

According to the complaint, the law not only prohibits the purchase of Huaweiequipment and services from all US government agencies, but also prohibits those third parties from grants or loans or contracts that buy Huawei equipment or services.

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