Posts Tagged ‘patents’
Two years, many motions and one mistrial later, a patent lawsuit pitting Juniper Networks against upstart rival Palo Alto Networks has been settled in Juniper’s favor.
Chinese vendor Huawei has claimed that the swathe of tech patents it filed in Europe proves its commitment to doing business in the region.
HP this week sold off a collection of 2,400 patents related to its mobile technologies to Qualcomm for an undisclosed price.
A10 Networks settled its longstanding patent infringement lawsuit with Brocade Communications, ending an often bitter dispute over the AX application acceleration hardware line.
We already know what companies like Google Inc. and Cisco Systems Inc. think of patent trolling. Turns out, some politicians aren’t particularly fond of the questionable practice, either.
XpertUniverse claimed it was teased with the prospect of becoming part of Cisco SolutionsPlus, a reseller program designed to augment Cisco’s advanced technology products to create complete solutions by placing select products on the Cisco price list and allowing them to be sold by Cisco sales teams and channel partners.
The federal case that was supposed to bring a halt to patent troll Innovatio’s ongoing shakedown of hotels, restaurants, and coffee shops took a strange turn when a federal judge threw out racketeering allegations brought by Cisco, Motorola and Netgear.
The South Korean vendor and bitter rival Apple go back to court so a judge can review the jury’s $1 billion decision.