IP Program Tags Juniper Networks in First Lawsuit

August 22, 2020

IP Program Inc. has filed its first lawsuit, asserting two patents, from a family of more than a dozen recently received from Infosil, in a new complaint filed against Juniper Networks (6:20-cv-00746) in the Western District of Texas. The patents respectively pertain to securely “transport[ing] network traffic” through distributed security systems and to an IP processor system for allowing certain session-oriented protocols over IP networks, with infringement allegations focusing on certain network security features within Juniper’s Junos Operating System (OS).

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