ITC order: Hytera's new generation products do not infringe any patents

On November 16, US International Trade Commission (ITC) has ruled in Hytera´s favor in its final decision regarding new designs recently developed by Hytera, the company said.

ITC´s final order makes clear that Hytera´s new generation products do not infringe Motorola Solutions´ patents and can continue to be imported and sold in the United States.

On November 20, the Regional Court of Düsseldorf in Germany rejected Motorola Solutions´ requests to order the recall and destruction of the covered products.

While the ITC final decision is favorable to Hytera and its new designs, and the Regional Court of Düsseldorf in Germany rejected Motorola Solutions´ requests to order the recall and destruction of the covered products, the ITC and Düsseldorf court find that some of Hytera´s legacy DMR products infringe certain of Motorola´s asserted patents. Hytera is considering follow-up action regarding this portion of both the decisions.

Hytera Communications is a global provider of innovative professional land mobile radio (LMR) communications solutions to governmental organizations, public security institutions, and customers from industries including transportation, oil and gas, and many others. Founded in Shenzhen, China, in 1993 and listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (002583.SZ), Hytera has ten research and development centers around the world and has partnered with companies in the US since 2000. More information is at www.hytera.com.