Set of ITC and District Court Complaints Targets Visteon Infotainment Systems

  • August 26, 2022
  • Category: New Patent Litigation
    Market Sectors: Automotive, Semiconductors

Daedalus Prime LLC has filed a complaint before the International Trade Commission (ITC), naming as proposed respondents automakers Mazda and Mercedes-Benz; infotainment system provider Visteon; chipmakers MediaTek, NXP Semiconductors, and Qualcomm; and alleged NXP distribution partners Arrow Electronics, Avnet (Newark), Digi-Key Electronics, Future Electronics, Mouser Electronics, and Rochester Electronics (337-TA-3637). Six patents are asserted in the ITC complaint, as well as in a trio of parallel District of Delaware complaints that cover the same ground, one centered around each of MediaTek (1:22-cv-01108), NXP (1:22-cv-01107), and Qualcomm (1:22-cv-01109) (but naming as defendants subsets of the proposed ITC respondents as well). Daedalus Prime’s “clear statement in plain English” in the ITC complaint of the accused products reads: “semiconductors, printed circuit boards (‘PCBs’), automotive parts including infotainment systems and instrument clusters, and automobiles”.

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