8 February 2022Alex Baldwin

DoJ indicts Hytera over conspiracy to steal Motorola secrets

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has brought Federal indictment charges against China-based telecom company Hytera Communications, alleging that it worked with Motorola employees to steal the company’s digital mobile radio (DMR) technology.

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