QUALCOMM claims 11 patent violations against Nokia

QUALCOMM has filed suit against Nokia for allegedly violating 11 of its patents and one from its subsidiary, SnapTrack. The lawsuit alleges that Nokia infringed on patents pertaining to the production or use of equipment that acts in accordance with the GSM, GPRS and EDGE standards. QUALCOMM is seeking monetary damages and an injunction on the the sale of those Nokia products the company alleges are in violation. QUALCOMM filed suit against Broadcom in July over six of the same patents in the current case.

For more on the QUALCOMM, Nokia patent suit:
- see this press release

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