BlackBerry retreat from the lawsuit filed against Nokia in 2017

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Decided BlackBerry to drop the criminal proceedings against the Nokia company due to the use of the last patent to buy a BlackBerry without getting a license.

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Company BlackBerry in February of 2017, filed a lawsuit against Nokia for use 11 patents with a BlackBerry without a license.

Have indicated your BlackBerry that Nokia had used a cleared patent on their products, such as station Flexi Multiradio base, software Liquid Radio, along with control units.

The quality of intellectual property of patents in these products to Nortel, which acquired by BlackBerry in 2011 in a deal worth $ 4.5 million.

The recovered Nokia to purchase the patents of Nortel prior to the acquisition but she didn’t finish the page, to face a lawsuit later from the BlackBerry.

Today I decided both companies not to proceed with the lawsuit, where projections indicate the arrival of the BlackBerry to the settlement with Nokia out of court without the announcement of more details about this shopping.

Recall that the BlackBerry called Nokia Support held in 2017 to pay compensation for the use of the patents company without a license, which prompted a lot of other companies to take the same steps their profits from the license fee of patents.

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