Dilworth's Josh Wolson Writes Article on "Why FTC's Qualcomm Investigation Is Important"

Brief Excerpt: “Qualcomm Inc. owns a number of keystone cellular SEPs that contribute to the basic functionality of baseband processors. Baseband processors are chips in handsets that allow the handset to communicate with an operator’s cellular network by performing functions such as signal generation, modulation and encoding. A smartphone handset must contain a baseband processor that complies with cellular communications standards. According to the Federal Trade Commission, Qualcomm has a dominant position in the market for baseboard processors, and it is misusing its market power to limit competition and protect its monopoly position.

To read the full article in Law360 on “Why FTC's Qualcomm Investigation Is Important," click here
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