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Research: Sensible Open Source Licenses For Standards Development Organizations
by Michele Herman
New technologies such as 5G, IoT, blockchain and many others are implemented as ecosystems with many interoperable products and services designed to communicate seamlessly through a developing web of technical standards. Today’s standards are far more software-driven than in the past. As a result, standards development organizations (SDOs) are increasing their use of open source software (OSS) to promote both the rapid development of new standards and the deployment of standards-conformant products and services in the marketplace.
Publications: Pilot Study for Essentiality Assessment of Standard Essential Patents
The present study, commissioned by the European Commission (EC), investigates the technical and institutional feasibility of a large-scale system that seeks to achieve better essentiality scrutiny for Standard Essential Patents (SEPs).
Webinars: License your valuable assets
Addresses the following questions: What is a license and why would you need one? How do you prepare to license and find the right partner? Seller beware, lessons and tips on the agreement tax implications, financial outcomes and royalty rates.
Categories: IP Management, Licensing, SMEs
Publications: License your valuable assets
This slide set was presented by Dr Anke Nestler and Eszter Szakács during a webinar held in collaboration LESI on 17 November 2020. They address the following questions: What is a license and why would you need one? How do you prepare to license and find the right partner? Seller beware, lessons and tips on the agreement tax implications, financial outcomes and royalty rates.