Who owns the 5G standard-essential patents (SEPs)?
5G will become the backbone of 100 billion devices by 2030. And companies are racing to secure their share of pie of this upcoming goldmine of patent royalties.
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What are Standard Essential Patents?
In this video, Muzammil explains SEP’s in 5G in the simplest possible way.
Are you paying a huge amount of money on SEPs?
Do you know, on average 56% of standard essential patents are not essential to the standard?
How you can check the value of SEPs?
Having this information will not only save you from licensing the right (and only important) patents, it will help in cutting down your licensing costs as well.