Good Technology has settled its patent litigation with Denmark-based Excitor.

Excitor has agreed to a cash payment and a royalty-bearing licence to some of Good's fundamental patents. The remaining terms of the settlement are confidential. Good Technology said that at the heart of this settlement is its technology, which is vital to the utility, function and safety of mobile data and devices.

Christy Wyatt, president and CEO of Good Technology, said: “Our focus continues to be solving real world customer problems. Customers today want to empower mobility within their businesses.

“We have a long, rich history of innovation that enables our customers to safely mobilise their enterprise. We will continue to invest in these market-leading solutions and will vigorously defend those investments where required to the benefit of our customers and shareholders.”

As reported by SC Magazine last year, Good Technology has filed patents against MobileIron and AirWatch and the cases are pending. Those cases relate to technology infringement.