Acacia Sub Begins Asserting VoiceAge Patents, Targets Samsung’s HD Voice Phones

  • April 10, 2014

Saint Lawrence Communications (SLC), an Acacia subsidiary that was formed last year, has begun asserting a portfolio of patents it acquired from VoiceAge in 2013. SLC accuses Samsung’s HD Voice phones of infringing five patents that relate to wideband speech and audio compression technology (6,795,805, 6,807,524, 7,151,802, 7,260,521,7,191,123). According to SLC’s complaint, the accused products practice the Adaptive Multirate Wideband Standard and are offered for sale in the United States by T-Mobile. The patents-in-suit were reviewed by RPX as an open market opportunity in October 2012 (VoiceAge-OMA). It does not appear that the asserted patents have been previously litigated. 4/2, Texas Eastern District Court, 2:14cv00293


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