TrackThings Sues NETGEAR in June, Amazon in July

  • July 13, 2021
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Mobile Communications and Devices, Networking

Inventor-controlled TrackThings LLC has added a Western District of Texas case against Amazon (eero) (6:21-cv-00720) to the litigation campaign that it began in June with a Southern District of New York suit against NETGEAR. The same three wireless networking patents are asserted, with TrackThings pleading that its patents “cover fundamental pillars for commercially successful mesh WiFi systems”. Amazon and eero are targeted over the provision of various eero mesh Wi-Fi networking products, including routers and extenders, with “additional products” called out in the complaint (i.e., “Amazon Echo & Alexa products and Ring products, and services such as eero Secure, and eero Secure+”) as providing revenue allegedly “driven by and dependent on the use and sale of the Accused Products”.

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