Fractus, the Barcelona, Spain-based pioneer of internal antennas for smartphones, tablets and other wireless devices, and its Asia-representative Intralink have announced the signing of an agreement with a major international Japanese company to renew the license of the worldwide Fractus patent portfolio. The company is a world-leading supplier of mobile phones, electronic components, printers, copiers and semiconductor packages.
The terms of the agreement are confidential, but Fractus VP Licensing, Mr Jordi Ilario, commented at the signing of the agreement: “The renewal of this license agreement confirms the strength of our patent portfolio.”
Intralink, a leading provider of market access and business development services to companies targeting Japan, China and other Asian markets, was appointed by Fractus to engage global Asian companies with the goal of securing licence agreements. “Japanese device manufacturers are very sophisticated, and helping Fractus to achieve licensing deals is very satisfying for us as it means also helping to develop technologies across the region,” said Intralink Japan Managing Director, Mr. Will Jasprizza.
Fractus is an early pioneer in developing internal antennas for smartphones, tablets and other wireless Internet of Things devices and holds an intellectual property rights portfolio of more than 30 inventions protected by over 120 patents and patent applications in the United States, Europe and Asia. For further information, visit www.fractus.com.
Intralink helps companies build their businesses in Asia. Through a team of over 70 full-time people, Intralink offers a low risk, cost effective and practical means to enter new markets, generate revenues, and establish an in-country presence. For more information visit www.intralinkgroup.com.