IP Edge LLC plaintiff Shingletop IP LLC has filed separate suits against Acer (6:21-cv-00861) and Sun Cupid (Nuu) (6:21-cv-00860) over the provision of devices (e.g., laptops, smartphones, and other mobile devices) that incorporate eSIM technology. Acer is further accused of infringement through the alleged use of eSIM technology provided by Gemalto, Thales Group, and Ubigi. Asserted against each defendant are three patents received in a portfolio from UK-based telecommunications company Ghost Telecom that has already spawned two other IP Edge campaigns.
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Coretek Licensing LLC, an entity associated with Texas monetization firm IP Edge LLC, has expanded its sole litigation campaign with new suits against Avaya (5:20-cv-01666) in the Northern District of Ohio and Highfive Technologies (1:20-cv-01015), LogMeIn (1:20-cv-01014), and Verizon (BlueJeans Network) (1:20-cv-01016) in the District of Delaware. The four asserted patents, originating with UK-based telecommunications company Ghost Telecom Limited, generally relate to various aspects of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) technology, with infringement allegations targeting VoIP-related features within the defendants’ videoconferencing and communications platforms.
Monetization firm IP Edge LLC finished out June with half a dozen new litigation campaigns, two of which were covered last week—a campaign targeting geographic connections drawn between geographic locations by Lyft’s Driver app, initiated by Boxey Tech LLC (details here), and a battery management campaign, initiated by Syclone IP LLC against Sony (details here). Coretek Licensing LLC, another IP Edge plaintiff, also launched its first litigation, suing HCL Technologies (1:20-cv-04996), Mitel Networks (1:20-cv-00873), Snap (1:20-cv-00874), TeamViewer (1:20-cv-00875), and Zoom (1:20-cv-00876) over the provision of certain VoIP-related features within the defendants’ mobile apps, including HCL SameTime, MiCollab, Snapchat, Blizz, and Zoom, respectively.