Spanish Plaintiff Takes Aim at Wireless Carriers in New West Texas Campaign

  • February 2, 2021
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking

TOT Power Control, S.L. has filed suit against AT&T (6:21-cv-00107), Deutsche Telekom (Sprint, T-Mobile) (6:21-cv-00108, 6:21-cv-00109, respectively), and Verizon (6:21-cv-00110) in the Western District of Texas over their respective provision of Wideband CDMA-based wireless networks. The Spanish plaintiff asserts two patents generally related to outer loop power control (OLPC) in cellular network communications. On its public website, TOT Power’s parent TOP Optimized Technologies SL (d/b/a InToTally) indicates that it “holds four international wireless patents regarding a breakthrough solution for power control in 3G mobile technology”.

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