Patent War Ends Peacefully For Nokia and Kyocera

Law360 (January 10, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- A lingering intellectual property dispute between two major telecommunications giants has ended in a patent licensing agreement that has resolved all pending litigation between the companies.

Top global mobile phone maker Nokia Corp. and Kyocera Corp., a leading supplier of electronic components and telecommunications equipment, said Tuesday they had reached a cross-licensing agreement over patents related to mobile phone technology products.

No financial details were disclosed by the companies. Terms of the agreement between Kyocera and Nokia prohibit the companies from providing comment beyond the information...
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