St. Luke Sweeps Eleven New Defendants into Secure Cloud Computing Campaign

  • August 30, 2016

St. Luke Technologies, LLC has filed a new wave of cases in its secure cloud computing campaign, suing AT&T (2:16-cv-00976), Blue Coat Systems and Symantec (2:16-cv-00977), CA (d/b/a CA Technologies) (2:16-cv-00978), Check Point Software (2:16-cv-00961), CipherCloud (2:16-cv-00979), Epic Systems (2:16-cv-00963), Gemalto (2:16-cv-00962), Hitachi (2:16-cv-00975), Syncplicity (2:16-cv-00960), and Venafi (2:16-cv-00965) in the Eastern District of Texas. The NPE’s latest complaints assert multiple combinations (up to seven per complaint) from ten asserted throughout the campaign, which the plaintiff has divided into two categories: Secure Third-Party Communications (STPC) (7,181,017; 7,869,591; 8,904,181; 8,316,237; 8,566,247) and Information Record Infrastructure (IRI) (7,587,368; 8,498,941; 8,380,630; 8,600,895; 7,805,377). As in previous filings, a variety of products and services that operate via or provide secure communications over the Internet are accused of infringement.


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