19 September 2017
California
Reporter: Barney Dixon

Dali and Fiplex settle down


Dali Wireless has settled with Fiplex Communications over patents for its Public Safety distributed antenna systems (DAS) products.

Fiplex has agreed to license three of Dali’s patents as part of the settlement and the two companies have ended their pending litigation at the US District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

Fiplex will use the patents for its commercial and military telecoms devices, including digital DAS.

Matias de Goycoechea, CEO of Fiplex, said: “We are very glad to settle this lawsuit amicably with Dali Wireless.”

“The license agreement will allow Fiplex to add some of Dali’s patented inventions to its Digital Fiber DAS line, and also builds a productive relationship with Dali.”

Albert Lee, CEO of Dali Wireless, added: “We have an extensive worldwide patent portfolio, and are committed to protecting our innovations and intellectual property rights. Fiplex has demonstrated its respect for the intellectual property rights of others by licensing Dali Wireless' intellectual property.”

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