T-Mobile Accused Of Infringing 4 Patents With LTE Network

Law360, Los Angeles (August 9, 2017, 8:05 PM EDT) -- Intellectual Ventures accused T-Mobile and Ericsson of infringing four of its patents related to wireless transmission with their growing Long Term Evolution network in a suit filed Wednesday in Texas federal court. 

T-Mobile USA Inc. has partnered with Ericsson Inc. to deploy and develop its LTE wireless network since 2012, according to the new complaint. They also have a partnership over commercially available LTE hardware and software, the suit says.

But Intellectual Ventures I LLC says T-Mobile's LTE network directly and indirectly infringes four of its patents that cover technology used in wireless transmission.

The defendant companies are also working together...

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