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Arm Sues Qualcomm and Nuvia for Breaking License Agreement

Arm announced Wednesday that it has filed lawsuits against Qualcomm and Nuvia for breach of its license agreement with Arm and for trademark infringement. A CPU architecture developer wants to subvert certain of his Nuvia designs and get fair compensation for using its trademark.

After all, Qualcomm transferred Nuvia’s Arm license last March to a newly formed entity after acquiring Nuvia without Arm’s consent. Arm terminated his Nuvia license in March 2022 after the two companies were unable to reach an agreement. Instead of getting a new license, Nuvia continued to develop processors based on the Arm instruction set architecture, which Arm said was in violation of its license agreement. Additionally, Nuvia and Qualcomm continued to use Arm’s trademark when talking about Nuvia’s upcoming processors, which was illegal.

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