StreamScale Targets “Accelerated Erasure Coding” in Big Data Processing

March 5, 2021

StreamScale, Inc. has sued ADP, Cloudera, Experian, Intel, and Wargaming (6:21-cv-00198) in a single Western District of Texas complaint. All five defendants are accused of infringing six patents from an 11-member family generally related to “accelerated erasure coding”. Cloudera is alleged to infringe through the provision of Cloudera Distribution Including Apache Hadoop (“Cloudera CDH”) as well as Cloudera Enterprise, while ADP, Experian, and Wargaming are targeted over their use of systems incorporating Cloudera CDH. StreamScale accuses Intel of inducing infringement by the other defendants through the provision of its Intelligent Storage Acceleration Library, which is allegedly packaged and shipped with Cloudera CDH, as well as purportedly being enabled by default.

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