Court filings revealed that Microsoft is willing to pay as much as $502,000 per year to license Motorola's H.264 video patents. The software giant also said it would pay as much as $736,000 for Motorola's 802.11 wireless technology.
Yay go Zak!Motorola, however, doesn't want to settle with a one-off fee.
Actually, it really depends on how you look at it; A large majority of the time, it is used to implicate a one-time only fee, hence the term "one-off".ojas I know you want to pick on people, but what you think is wrong is correct. one time fee inplys once a year where no matter how much revanue they make the price is the same, as opposed to a % of revanue would consistantly change based on sales.