e.Digital Corporation has filed its first lawsuits since January of this year. The publicly traded NPE’s new cases assert two patents (9,002,331; 9,178,983) against each of Netatmo (3:16-cv-05212), NETGEAR (3:16-cv-05211), and Y-Cam Solutions (3:16-cv-05215) while adding two more patents (8,311,522; 8,311,524) in the case against Netgear. The patents-in-suit generally relate to collecting information from one or more remote sensors to identify events requiring further attention, and the defendants networked cameras and remote monitoring systems are at issue in the campaign. e.Digital has both reopened stayed district court cases and filed these new ones in light of a settlement earlier this summer with Alphabet, ending prior district court cases against Dropcam and Nest Labs, as well as inter partes reviews (IPRs) brought by Google and its subsidiaries of six of the eight patents-in-campaign.
New suits by e.Digital Corporation significantly expanded the entity’s newest campaign, which began in April with five cases. It now includes 38 new filings, against Accelerated Memory Production, ADATA, AdvancedMedia, ATP, BiTMICRO, C-One Technology, CavalryStorage, CentonElectronics, Corsair, Delkin, DexxonGroupe, Eye-Fi, Fusion-IO, G. Skill International, Intel, KingstonTechnology, MachXtreme, Maxell, MicronConsumerProducts (dba Lexar), MicronTechnology, Mushkin, New Dane, OCZTechnology, OtherWorldComputing, PatriotMemory, PNYElectronics, Seagate, SK Hynix, StrontiumAmericas, Super Talent Technology, Swissbit, Team Group, TOPRAM, Toshiba, TranscendInformation, Verbatim, WesternDigital, and Wintec.
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