Dutch Samsung Iphone

October 15, 2011 by staff 

Dutch Samsung IphoneDutch Samsung Iphone, A Dutch court on Friday refused to grant an injunction banning Samsung Apple from selling iPhones and iPad tablet in the Netherlands, which is South Korea electronics giant a loss in its global battle U.S. rival patents.

The civil court in The Hague rejected the argument is that Apple Samsung should not allow the sale of devices such as tablets and smartphones using 3G mobile technology patented by Samsung, because the Cupertino-based company has no licenses of technology.

In Friday’s ruling, the court said that because 3G technology has been accepted as an industry standard Samsung is obliged to offer Apple’s licenses under “fair, reasonable and nondiscriminatory” – terms – or FRAND .

The court said in a statement that the license fee for Apple Samsung “was so out of sync with the obligation to make an offer FRAND can be concluded that Samsung is not genuinely prepared to enter into a reasonable licensing agreement Apple and non-discriminatory. ”

The president added that if Apple does Samsung offer a fair and reasonable licensing fee and businesses still can not reach agreement after Samsung can file a new patent dispute injunction request.

At a hearing last month, Apple said Samsung Kleemans Rutger lawyer seeks a mandate to “hostage to Apple”, as Apple had accused Samsung of copying the iPhone and iPad designs in an independent Dutch case.

“It’s a robbery,” said Kleemans. “Because Apple dared to take action against imitating the tactics of Samsung.”

In April, Apple sued Samsung in the United States, based on product design, user interface design of Samsung’s Galaxy products “slavishly copied” the iPhone and the iPad.

Samsung Electronics, based in Suwon, South Korea, fought with the demands of its own, accusing Apple of patent infringement of its wireless telecommunications technology.

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