Motorola has slapped a lawsuit on two software modem suppliers for alleged patent infringements.
The suit covers technologies that Motorola considers essential to the V.34 and V.90 analogue modem standards, as well as other patents covering software implementation of modems.
Motorola said the two companies - PCTel and Altocom - failed to take up its licensing offer.
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