Packet Intelligence Picks Its Networking Campaign Back Up, Sues Sandvine

  • February 23, 2016

Nearly one year after its last case ended, Packet Intelligence LLC has filed a new action, this time against Canadian networking company Sandvine (2:16-cv-00147). The NPE’s new complaint again asserts the five patents (6,651,0996,665,7256,771,6466,839,7516,954,789) that it asserted in its March 2014 suit against Cisco (2:14-cv-00252) and its March 2013 against Huawei (2:13-cv-00206). In the Huawei case, Packet Intelligence also asserted two other, related patents (6,789,116; 7,229,282); all seven patents-in-campaign form a single family of patents that generally concern network traffic monitoring and packet processing. Sandvine is accused of infringement through provision of hardware and/or software products that manage network performance for broadband Internet service providers.


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