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Motorola Solutions Files Copyright Infringement Complaint Against Hytera Communications in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois


New Complaint is in Addition to the Company's Ongoing Litigation
Against Hytera in the Northern District of Illinois and Other
Jurisdictions Related to Patent Infringement and Trade Secret

Company Remains Committed to Protecting its Valuable Intellectual

Motorola Solutions, Inc. (NYSE:MSI) today announced it has filed a
motion to add a claim for copyright infringement to its litigation
pending in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of
Illinois (the "District Court") against Hytera Communications
Corporation Limited (SHE: 002583), Hytera America, Inc. and Hytera
Communications America (West), Inc. The new claim asserts that Hytera
has unlawfully copied Motorola Solutions' source code into the source
code used in Hytera products in violation of U.S. copyright laws, which
only became known to Motorola Solutions during hearings related to the
trade secret litigation.

As previously announced, in March 2017 Motorola Solutions filed
complaints against Hytera in the District Court asserting that Hytera's
two-way radios, base stations, repeaters and dispatch systems, as well
as its related commercialization and sales activities, are infringing
patents owned by Motorola Solutions and utilizing stolen Motorola
Solutions trade secrets.

Motorola Solutions' new claim asserts that Hytera illegally obtained
Motorola Solutions' source code for its software computer programs—among
the most confidential and carefully guarded of Motorola Solutions'
proprietary technology—and copied portions of it verbatim into Hytera's
digital two-way radio products. Motorola Solutions believes this claim
represents clear additional evidence that Hytera's employees copied
Motorola Solutions' proprietary technologies. As a result, Motorola
Solutions is bringing this new claim against Hytera for copyright
infringement as part of its efforts to protect its valuable intellectual
property from Hytera's copying and theft.

"In addition to its egregious patent infringement and trade secret
theft, it is now clear that Hytera also committed copyright infringement
by illegally copying our original source code developed by Motorola
Solutions' world-class engineers," said Mark Hacker, general counsel and
chief administrative officer of Motorola Solutions. "We are confident
the District Court will agree that Hytera is a serial infringer and
misappropriator of Motorola Solutions' intellectual property. Motorola
Solutions has long been a pioneering leader in technology innovation, as
evidenced by the approximately 5,000 patents we have developed. We
remain committed to vigorously and fully protecting our intellectual
property in the United States and internationally through all available
legal remedies."

For additional information regarding Motorola Solutions' legal actions
against Hytera, please visit

Forward-Looking Statements

This press release contains certain forward-looking statements including
statements regarding expectations with respect to litigation filed by
Motorola Solutions, Inc., and the outcomes possible if successful. By
their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty
because they relate to future events and depend on circumstances that
will or may occur in the future and are outside the control of Motorola
Solutions, Inc., and its officers. Actual results may differ from those
expressed in such statements depending on a variety of factors including
those discussed in this release.

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