Sources: Scribd, U.S. ITC
quote: Motorola represented to the Institute and the 3G Project that it would “ grant irrevocable licences under the [intellectual property rights] on terms and conditions which are in accordance with . . . the [Institute’s] [intellectual property rights] Policy.”
quote: Apple’s original iPhone went on sale in June 2007. Apple’s original iPhone contained an Infineon baseband chipset, which incorporated technology covered by patents that Motorola has declared as essential. Apple purchased the Infineon baseband chipset through a manufacturing agreement with Chi Mei Corporation, which manufactured the Infineon baseband chipset under a licensing agreement with Motorola. On August 4, 2007, Motorola gave Chi Mei a 60-day suspension notice on its licensing agreement.