Mobile phone producers Motorola and Research In Motion proclaimed on Friday that they have resolved the issue of patent objection over the mobile technology, which the former had shared at the International Trade Commission this year.
As per the agreement, Research In Motion has committed to pay Motorola a compensation amount, coupled with the payment of royalties.
However, the two producing giants refused to declare the amount involved in the agreement. The companies shared that the agreement will include a number of patents associated with their standards.
Motorola had registered its objection against Research In Motion in January 2010. The patents mentioned in the complaint include cellphone features, Wi-Fi availability, and application monitoring as well as the power back–up.