WSOU Investments, LLC has filed its first litigation from the thousands of patent assets that it received from Nokia (including from Alcatel-Lucent) throughout 2017, targeting Huawei (6:20-cv-00188) in a new Western District of Texas complaint. At issue is a single networking patent, with infringement allegations focused on Huawei routers “with shared-risk-link-group (SRLG) related functions”, including Huawei NetEngine 40E series routers. WSOU pleads that it is a Delaware entity doing business as “Brazos Licensing and Development”; in Texas, the plaintiff has filed a recent document indicating that it intends to conduct business under the assumed name “Brazos Development and Licensing”.
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