Volkswagen says patent suit by Taiwan’s Acer “unfounded” – Networking

Nancy J. Delong

Volkswagen claimed allegations made towards it by Acer were being unfounded, following a magazine described that the Taiwanese computer maker experienced sued the German carmaker for infringing on its mobile community patents.

German weekly WirtschaftsWoche experienced described before on Tuesday that Acer experienced submitted a fit in the US state of Virginia, alleging that Volkswagen experienced only paid out for licences for 2G and 3G patents, but experienced largely mounted mobile cellular phone chips with 4G technologies in the previous two years.

“We will look at the fit together with our suppliers and will then determine how to proceed,” Volkswagen advised Reuters.

“At first glance we have indications that the allegations and accusations made in it are unfounded and we will defend our situation,” it added, whilst declining to give more information.

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