Acers December lawsuit stated Volkswagen had certified its patents associated with the 2G and 3G wireless standards through Avanci, however utilized its 4G innovation without a license.
Acer also said that Volkswagens affiliates Audi and Porsche had accepted a 4G license with Avanci, despite the fact that Volkswagen itself did not.
Volkswagen had actually not reacted to the claims in court, however had actually stated in December it believed the claims were unproven.
The case is Acer Inc v. Volkswagen AG, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, No. 1:21- cv-01390.
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A visitor tries computer systems at Acer cubicle throughout the 2015 Computex exhibit at the TWTC Nangang exhibit hall in Taipei, Taiwan, June 2, 2015. Computex, the worlds second biggest computer system show, ranges from June 2 to 6. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang
A visitor attempts out computers at Acer booth during the 2015 Computex exhibition at the TWTC Nangang exhibition hall in Taipei, Taiwan, June 2, 2015. Computex, the worlds second biggest computer system program, runs from June 2 to 6. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang
( Reuters) – Taiwanese computer maker Acer has consented to dismiss a U.S. lawsuit implicating Volkswagen of using Acers 4G cordless innovation in its cars without authorization, according to a Virginia court filing.
The Tuesday filing came shortly after Volkswagen sources said the German car manufacturer had actually signed an agreement with patent-licensing marketplace Avanci that could resolve the disagreement.
Volkswagen decreased to discuss the court filing. Acer and its lawyers did not immediately react to a demand for remark.
Acer accused VW of utilizing 4G tech in cars and trucks without a license
Court filing comes after VW sources stated settlement reached