Intus IQ Sues Crestron Electronics

  • November 1, 2012

Intus IQ filed suit against Crestron Electronics, alleging that Crestron’s infiNET automation systems infringe a patent related to a wireless network system.  Intus (formerly known as IP Co.) has filed five prior suits since October 2005.  The patent-in-suit originated with Communique and was assigned to IPCO in December 2004.  According to its website, “Intus (formerly known as IPCO) is an inventor-based company established to share wireless mesh technology based on the work of inventors T. David Petite and Dr. Edwin Brownrigg with others”.  Intus IQ developed Wireless Mesh in conjunction with SIPCO, and the two companies reportedly license their technology through MPEG LA.  10/29, Eastern District of Texas, no judge yet assigned, 6:2012cv00821.


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