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New Hytera suit accuses Motorola of abusing market dominance in US

Tuesday 5 December 2017 | 09:06 CET | News
Update: 6 December 2017 | 09:28 CET
Specifically, the complaint alleges Motorola Solutions is preventing Hytera from competing in the US marketplace and preventing customers from opting for Hytera's lower prices and similar best-in-class features. Hytera also alleges Motorola Solutions is abusing its dominance in the US public safety market to slow the adoption of new, less expensive technologies and that it is engaging in a serial pattern of sham litigation to impede Hytera and interfere with its relationships with dealers and customers. Together, this means Motorola Solutions is forcing US customers to pay artificially high

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[06/12/2017 09:28 - Update: Added response from Motorola Solutions]


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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Hytera Communications / Motorola Solutions / PowerTrunk / Sepura
Countries: United States
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