OPPO has announced that it will license its global 3G and 4G essential patents on IoT and automotive markets via the leading platform patent licensing Avanci.
Adler hair dryer, senior Director of intellectual property OPPO, said: “OPPO has always sought to contribute to the healthy development of the industry. We want to license the core patent portfolio the OPPO for the industry based on fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory (FRAND) conditions.
We are pleased to offer our essential patents for 3G and 4G communications for licensing through Avanci for manufacturers of IoT and cars”.
Qasim Alfalahi, founder and chief Executive officer of the company Avanci, said: “We are pleased to welcome OPPO, as the industry leader in smartphone platform Avanci. Avanci allows companies such as OPPO, to obtain a reasonable return on their R&D investment, thanks to good market that balances the interests of patent owners and licensees around the world and fosters long-term innovation.
Avanci is a platform for the licensing of the patent, which provides suppliers IoT the only solution to access the wireless. 14 automotive brands have already received the license via Avanci for their connected vehicles. The company Avanci attracted 38 owners of standards-essential patents, including the OPPO. Connect OPPO reflects the capacity of the company’s patent in the field of wireless communication.
As a leading global technology brand, OPPO has always attached great importance to R&D innovations to provide excellent products and service for users around the world. As at 29 February 2020, the company ORRO registered more than 43,000 patent applications in the world and more than 16,000 patents, including more than 38 000 applications for patent for invention, which is 88% of the total number of applications.