IP Edge Entity Targets CDMA Smartphones with Former Linex Patent

  • October 2, 2019
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking

Monetization firm IP Edge LLC has filed a second litigation campaign over a patent from among those received in a 30-asset transaction in April 2019 with former litigating NPE Linex Technologies, Inc. The plaintiff is Aperture Net LLC, the patent broadly pertains to spread-spectrum wireless transmissions, and the defendants are BlackBerry (3:19-cv-02315) and ZTE (3:19-cv-02316), sued in the Northern District of Texas; BLU Products (1:19-cv-24043), in the Southern District of Florida; and LG Electronics (LGE) (1:19-cv-01839) and Sony (1:19-cv-01840), in the District of Delaware. Aperture Net targets the provision of smartphones using the CDMA channel access method, naming the KEYone, Blade X Max, Studio Mega, G5 Silver Tracefone, and Xperia X smartphones, respectively.


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