Intel’s Processors Targeted by Infinite Data Networking Campaign

  • April 3, 2014

Licensing entity Infinite Data has asserted only one patent in its almost 30 lawsuits, the most recent of which names Intel and QLogic as defendants. The patent-in-suit relates to network interface for communicating data (5,790,530) and is owned by Electronics and Telecommunications and Research Institute, a South Korean company involved in technology research. Infinite Data is the exclusive licensee of the patent and has been asserting it in litigation since November 2011. Networking products made by QLogic that incorporate Intel processors are accused of infringing the asserted patent, particularly products that relate to passing messages, including data messages. The complaint also notes that Infinite Data’s previous assertions have targeted some of Intel’s customers, including Boeing. Other companies previously sued in the campaign include Amazon, Barnes and Noble, eBay, and JP Morgan. 3/28, District of Delaware, 1:14cv00391


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