Acceleration Bay Asserts Five Patents Against Amazon

  • July 13, 2022
  • Category: New Patent Litigation, TPLF
    Market Sector: Networking
    Tag: TPLF

Acceleration Bay, LLC has resumed the litigation campaign that seemingly ended last fall with a Federal Circuit opinion that dispensed with an appeal from a judgment of noninfringement in a 2016 case against several game makers. The appeals court dismissed a portion of that appeal, refusing to provide an advisory opinion, and affirmed the rest, ending the litigation. Now, Acceleration Bay has accused Amazon (Amazon Web Services) (1:22-cv-00904) of infringing some of the same patents through the provision of the AWS platform, “alone or in combination with” a wide variety of services such as “Amazon Lumberyard, O3DE, Amazon Luna, Amazon Prime, Amazon Twitch, GameLift, Gridmate, EC2, EKS, CloudFront, VPC Peering, App Mesh, and Lambda”.

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