Devices Providing TPM 2.0 Security the Focus of New Litigation Campaign
Delaware NPE Torus Ventures LLC has launched its first litigation, suing Acer (6:21-cv-00857), Microchip Technology (6:21-cv-00856), Oracle (6:21-cv-00854), Panasonic (6:21-cv-00853), and STMicro (6:21-cv-00858) over the provision of products (i.e., laptops, cryptoprocessors, operating systems, rugged laptops, and security integrated circuits, respectively) that support the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) Trusted Platform Modules (TPM) 2.0 security specification. The plaintiff appears to be connected to a set of NPEs that has been growing steadily over the past several years.
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