Via Licensing’s exit from wireless patents leaves Sisvel as only game in town with respect to cellular SEP pools for consumer electronics gadgets

Yesterday, IAM reported that Via Licensing was going to discontinue its wireless patent pool business in order to focus on its wildly successful codec pools–and said Sisvel, the sole remaining pool of wireless standard-essential patents (SEPs) for mobile devices, as “throwing open its doors to former Via licensors.” Sisvel itself issued the following statement, which sounds like “yes, but not so fast”:”On April 26, 2022, Via Licensing announced that they were dissolving certain wireless pools and will likely contribute the wireless patents owned by Via to a 5G pool under formation by Sisvel [pointing to IAM]. Sisvel is in the…

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