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Patent statement declaration registered as H264-85

Citation: http://handle.itu.int/11.1002/ps/H264-85
Recommendation number: H.264 (V4)
ITU registration date: 2008-01-04
Statement declaration date: 2007-12-21
Patent holder/organization: Nokia Corporation
Main contact: Mr. Stephan Wenger Intellectual Property Right Department/Licensing
Address: Nokia IPR, 955 Page Mill Rd
Palo Alto, CA 94304
United States
Tel.: +1 650 862-7368
Fax: +1 650 739-0779
Declaration form version: 1 March 2007 (Individual, Common Text, General)
Licensing declaration: Option 2_ The Patent Holder is prepared to grant a license to an unrestricted number of applicants on a worldwide, non-discriminatory basis and on reasonable terms and conditions to make, use and sell implementations of the above document. Negotiations are left to the parties concerned and are performed outside the ITU-T, ITU-R, ISO or IEC.
Late submission remark: -
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Archived declaration:
TSB patent IdCountryPublication numberApplication numberTitleStatusEPO search (Espacenet)
H264-85-01
TW
 96138657System and method for implementing efficeinet decoded buffer management in multiview video codingPending
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H264-85-02
TW
 96138658System and method for implementing efficient decoded buffer management in multiview video codingPending
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H264-85-03
US
 11/872665System and method for implementing efficient decoded buffer management in multiview video codingPending
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H264-85-04
US
 11/872679System and method for implementing efficient decoded buffer management in multiview video codingPending
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H264-85-05
WO
 PCT/IB2007/054200System and method for implementing efficient decoded buffer management in multiview video codingPending
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