Teleputers, LLC has sued Fujitsu (6:20-cv-00640) over the provision of certain systems-on-chip (SoCs) that are based on the ARM NEON architecture. The suit follows June cases against Marvell, Oracle, and Renesas, with three patents generally related to permutation instructions in a programmable processor asserted across the campaign, all three at issue in the new complaint against Fujitsu. That complaint joins the others in the Western District of Texas before Judge Alan D. Albright.
At the start of June, Teleputers, LLC filed its first patent litigation, suing Marvell Semiconductor in the Western District of Texas over two patents naming as one of its inventors Ruby B. Lee, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Princeton University. The plaintiff finished the month accusing Renesas (6:20-cv-00599) of infringing the same two patents, in a second West Texas complaint targeting certain systems-on-chip (SoCs) based on the ARM NEON architectures. Teleputers also hit Oracle (6:20-cv-00600) there, over a third Lee patent, generally related to instructions in a programmable processor as well, targeting the Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System (including Oracle SPARC and Oracle x86 Servers shipped with Oracle Solaris 11).
Teleputers, LLC has taken aim at Marvell Semiconductor (6:20-cv-00512) in a new Western District of Texas suit targeting the provision of certain systems-on-chip (SoCs) “that employ [ARM] Neon technology” and that allegedly support certain infringing instructions. The plaintiff asserts two patents, one generally related to permutation instructions in a programmable processor for cryptography and multimedia applications and another broadly concerning 2D multimedia processing using subword parallelism. Public records suggest that at least one of the inventors named on the patents-in-suit may control Teleputers.