Their first LTE agreement , was panntech, in 2009. A company that they partially own.
In this aricle, B.M. says how IDCC is FOCUSED on expanding their customer base for LTE technology.
they were focused on signing new LTE. A year after this boast, they try to sell the company. and for only several months out of 4 years, the company was up for sale. so that should never be used as an excuse for not signing any agreements. and actually, any agreements made during that sale, would have made the company look more lucrative. instead, potential buyers, if there actually ever where any, had to think "why only a few chump companies signed ????"
once again, for the umpteenth time. idcc makes bold statements. The kind of things we all want to hear.
While I don't care for that dudes postings, its pretty simple actually. A CAFC loss followed by not resigning what couple worthwhile clients and continuing outlays and it eventually adds to zero. Thats my fear.