Oct. 24, 2012
/PRNewswire/ -- China TechFaith Wireless Communication Technology Limited (NASDAQ: CNTF) ("TechFaith" or the "Company") today announced that it has filed suit against Samsung Telecommunications (
) Ltd for patent infringement in the People Republic of China (
) courts. To date, the China Patents Committee has acknowledged that TechFaith's mobile phone patent (patent number 2008101134154) is effective and relevant in this current matter.
, President and COO of TechFaith, said, "We have invested heavily in research and development over the years to build an extensive product catalog backed by a highly defensible intellectual property portfolio. In the case of Samsung, we are taking legal action after establishing applicability of our patent number 2008101134154, which we believe is being infringed upon in Samsung's GT-B7732 model mobile phone. We intend to aggressively pursue all remedies possible in this and in any other future instances of patent infringement in defense of our highly valuable intellectual proprietary portfolio."
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TechFaith (NASDAQ: CNTF) has three primary businesses. The Company is a leading global mobile solutions provider for the global mobile handsets market (previously called the ODP (Original Developed Product) business)). The Company is a leading developer of specialized mobile phones for differentiated market segments, including the rapidly growing smartphone market targeting wireless mobile phone network operators and end users; the Company also serves sports enthusiasts with a tailored line under the Jungle brand and the teen market under licensed brands. Under the Company's 17VEE brand, the Company has built a leading intellectual property based motion gaming business ranging from Bluetooth-enabled motion gaming controllers and software to a planned proprietary set-top motion game box. For more information, please visit
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