Volvo Cars gets licenses for connected cars technology from Avanci

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 03 Dec 2019

Image Courtesy: Avanci

Avanci, a Dallas-based technology solution provider announced that it has signed a patent license agreement with Volvo Cars, increasing the total number of auto brands licensed through the Avanci marketplace to 14. By signing an agreement with Avanci, Volvo Cars receives licenses to the 2G, 3G, and 4G essential patents of the 36 patent owners that participate in the marketplace today, as well as patent owners that join Avanci in the future.

Kasim Alfalahi, founder and chief executive officer of Avanci said, “This agreement continues a very successful 2019 for Avanci, a year in which overall participation in our licensing marketplace has doubled. The simplicity, efficiency, and predictability of our one-stop solution increases substantially with every new participant, allowing licensees and patent owners to broadly share the technology of today and continue developing the technology of the future.”

Avanci claims that its one-stop marketplace simplifies the way automotive companies provide connectivity by including license rights to the vast majority of cellular standard essential patents in a single agreement. By streamlining the process, Avanci is accelerating the growth of the Internet of Things by providing manufacturers of IoT products with an efficient and transparent way to access the wireless technology needed to bring their products and services to customers worldwide. Its marketplace helps those with essential patents to share their innovations, and companies creating connected products for the Internet of Things can access the patented wireless technology they need to be successful – in one place, with one agreement and for one fair, flat rate.