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October 18, 2010

Motorola, Nokia extend existing intellectual property licensing agreement

To include 4G cellular technologies

By CBR Staff Writer

Motorola and Nokia have entered into a 4G license agreement, under which both the companies’ have extended their existing intellectual property licensing agreement to include 4G cellular technologies, such as LTE, WiMAX and LTE-Advanced.

Motorola Mobility corporate vice president of intellectual property Kirk Dailey said they will extend their existing IP licensing agreement with Nokia to include 4G technologies and are confident this agreement will help foster continued innovation and technological advancement for the telecommunications industry.

Nokia vice president of intellectual property Paul Melin said this agreement also shows that the industry is making fast progress in resolving LTE licensing issues between the major patent holders.

"LTE has now become a key element of Nokia’s licensing program, and we expect strong returns for our pioneering development," Melin said.

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