IP Edge LLC plaintiff Moxchange LLC has filed two new cases in its litigation campaign targeting the support of secure Wi-Fi networking via the WPA2 protocol, suing Carestream Health (1:22-cv-00397) and Resideo Technologies (1:22-cv-00396)in the District of Delaware. The elevation of District Judge Leonard P. Stark to the Federal Circuit bench has stalled a fleet of cases there, including suits from earlier rounds of litigation filed by Moxchange, several which appear to bucking the typical IP Edge file-and-dismiss approach to litigation.
Moxchange LLC, a plaintiff associated with Texas monetization firm IP Edge LLC, has expanded its sole litigation campaign, launched in August 2020, with new suits against Amcrest Technologies (4:20-cv-03687) in the Southern District of Texas, Canon (Axis Communications) (1:20-cv-06352) in the Northern District of Illinois, and Panasonic (1:20-cv-01441) and Motorola Solutions (Avigilon) (1:20-cv-01440) in the District of Delaware. The NPE accuses the defendants of infringing three patents, generally related to “providing secure authentication between wireless communication network nodes”, through the provision of imaging devices (e.g., network and body cameras) that support the IEEE 802.11i encryption standard.
In one of its three new litigation campaigns begun at the end of August 2020, monetization firm IP Edge LLC, through plaintiff Moxchange LLC, has sued Allied Telesis (1:20-cv-01124), China Huaxin (ALE USA) (1:20-cv-01123), Hon Hai Precision Industry (Belkin International) (1:20-cv-01125), Proxim Wireless (1:20-cv-01126), and Sonim Technologies (1:20-cv-01127). Each of the defendants, except Sonim, is targeted over support of the IEEE 802.11i encryption standard by their respective access points; Sonim is accused of infringement through the provision of its smartphones. A family of wireless communications patents, with original development work conducted at New Mexico Tech, is at issue in this new campaign.