IP Edge LLC affiliate Mentone Solutions LLC has added a second round of cases to its campaign targeting devices with Dual-Carrier HSPA+ capability. The new defendants are Airbus Space and Defense (1:18-cv-03321), ASUSTek (3:18-cv-07749), CradlePoint (1:18-cv-02041), NetComm Wireless (1:18-cv-02040), and Peplink (3:18-cv-07754), the complaints identifying as accused products the Airbus Tactilon Dabat, ASUSTek’s ZenFone 4 Pro Zs551K; CradlePoint’s MC400 modem; and certain routers of NetComm and Peplink, respectively. With the transfer of the prior case against Acer to the Western District of Texas, this campaign now proceeds in multiple districts, including the Eastern District of Texas, the Northern District of California, the District of Delaware, and the District of Colorado.
IP Edge LLC has launched a fourth litigation campaign based on one or more of the 30 plus former Panasonic patents that the Texas monetization firm acquired from Allied Security Trust (AST) in January 2017. Mentone Solutions LLC, formed in mid-September, has filed suit against Acer (2:18-cv-00443), Inseego (1:18-cv-02767), MVG (1:18-cv-01713), NETGEAR (1:18-cv-01714), TCL (2:18-cv-00444), and T-Mobile (2:18-cv-00445) over a patent generally related to packet transmission in TDMA (time division multiple access) wireless networks. Targeted are devices with Dual-Carrier HSPA+ capability, the complaints calling out Acer’s Swift 7 laptop, Inseego’s SA2100 modem, MVG’s NeptuLink, NETGEAR’s LTE modems (e.g., LB2120), TCL’s LINKZONE hotspot, and T-Mobile’s Rocket 3.0 4G modem.