Brother gains access to Microsoft's patent portfolio
Microsoft and Brother Industries have signed a cross-licensing agreement that will allow each company to access parts of the other’s patent portfolio
Announced on Wednesday, the agreement aims to advance each companys products. For Brother, this includes printers, multi-functional products, and systems operating on Linux software.
Microsoft will use the agreement to help refurbish its existing Windows and Office software...
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