Citrix, Juniper Networks, and Motive Named in Latest Suits by SoftVault

  • February 24, 2013

SoftVault Systems, Inc. filed three separate suits against Citrix (4:13-cv-00754), Juniper Networks (4:13-cv-00752), and Alcatel-Lucent (Motive) (3:13-cv-00751). The suits allege that the defendants’ mobile software and endpoint management products infringe two patents related to the use of embedded agents to enable or disable a device (6,249,8686,594,765). Since January 2006, SoftVault has filed 13 suits against more than 20 defendants, including Acer, Dell, HP, Intel, Microsoft, RIM, Samsung, and Symantec. According to its website, SoftVault’s patented inventions have broad applications for transactions involving computer software, such as companies providing usage-based payment models (i.e. pay-per-use). 2/20, Northern District of California.


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