From the very first phone call in 1876 to the first in-car navigation system, connectivity has changed and improved our lives in many ways. It’s important to remind ourselves how this inter-connectivity happens.
Today’s wireless connections are fueled by standardized technology. This technology increases performance, security and reliability with each successive generation, and ensures our connected devices are seamlessly speaking the same language – regardless of the manufacturer of the device or the owner of the network.
The result is continuous, reliable service that connects everyone and everything as we venture across cities, through countries and around the globe.
And, while wireless connectivity now feels like second nature, the technology behind it is the result of countless hours and billions of dollars in research and development invested by the world’s leading innovators, who make their patented inventions available for anyone to use in exciting ways in new products.
It’s an ecosystem that requires a responsible balance between innovation and investment in both new wireless technologies and the products that implement them.
THE BEST NEW TECHNOLGIES BECOME NEW STANDARDS
INCORPORATE NEW TECHNOLOGY TO FUEL THEIR DEVICES
MANUFACTURERS PAY FOR THE RIGHT TO USE NEW TECHNOLOGY, ENCOURAGING NEW INNOVATION
INVEST TIME AND MONEY IN R&D TO CREATE NEW TECHNOLOGY
Read more about standard-essential patents and licensing wireless technology
Products with wireless connectivity require access to thousands of patented inventions, created by many inventors. Avanci is bringing together standard-essential wireless patents that represent the most advanced wireless technology in the world, in an efficient, one-stop marketplace. So, instead of going to each technology owner to request, negotiate and pay for a license, makers of products for the Internet of Things can get the technology they need in one place.
By providing licenses to essential wireless technology at fair rates, Avanci is helping ensure companies who need connectivity for their products can access it easily, and those creating wireless technology can share it as widely as possible. And both are incentivized to never stop innovating.
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