Microsoft and Funai in Patent Cross-Licensing Agreement

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The agreement between Microsft and Funai Electric Co. Ltd., the manufacturer of LCD TVs sold in the U.S. under brands such as Sylvania, Magnavox, Philips and Emerson covers consumer audio - video products.

“Consumers want TVs to offer experiences that were once available primarily on personal computers. A patent license like this one allows two industry leaders to deliver the type of cutting-edge innovations that today’s consumers demand,” said David Kaefer, general manager of Intellectual Property (IP) Licensing at Microsoft.

Agreement furthers collaboration on new consumer electronics products.

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