Parity Networks Adds Nokia to New Networking Campaign

  • December 16, 2016

Parity Networks LLC has added Nokia (6:16-cv-01367) to its sole litigation campaign, less than a month after filing its first litigation against Huawei (6:16-cv-01306). The Texas-based NPE accuses Nokia of infringing six patents (6,252,848; 6,553,005; 6,738,378; 6,763,394; 7,002,958; 7,107,352) generally related to network traffic management through enterprise routers and software, including the 7750 SR router and the Service Router Operating System (SROS) utilized for that device. Parity’s complaint identifies the allegedly infringing features from these products for each asserted patent, including ingress ports “configured to receive packets from multiple ingress flows” (the ‘848 patent), certain input/output modules (the ‘005 and ‘378 patents), the use of access control lists (ACLs) for packet filtering/dropping (the ‘394 and ‘352 patents), and the use of Multipath Label Switching (MPLS) for packet routing (the ‘958 patent).


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