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Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Technicolor Files Patent Infringement Litigation Against Samsung


Technicolor has initiated several patent infringement suits in Germany and France against Samsung Electronics, across a range of Samsung products, including mobile phones and televisions.



Proceedings were initiated with the Regional Courts in Dusseldorf and Mannheim in Germany, and the First Instance Court of Paris in France, related to ten patents, covering technologies related to video coding, telecommunications and other associated technologies.

The litigation follows "extensive negotiations" to reach a fair agreement with Samsung, according to Technicolor.

Technicolor owns a portfolio of over 30,000 patents and patent applications, in the areas of video coding and image processing, telecommunications, user experience, security and displays.



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