Monument’s Blue Sky Expands Bluetooth Campaign, Hitting Huawei and Adding an OFDM Patent

March 10, 2017

Blue Sky Networks, LLC, a subsidiary of Monument Patent Holdings, LLC, has transformed the case that it filed last month against BLU PRODUCTS into a campaign with a new case against Huawei (6:17-cv-00156). Blue Sky asserts the same seven former SBC/AT&T patents (6,484,027; 6,865,372; 7,693,542; 7,885,684; 8,019,381; 8,265,691; 8,346,169), as well as an eighth patent (6,088,398), generally related to OFDM (orthogonal frequency division multiplex) systems. The seven patents now asserted against both BLU Products and Huawei generally concern devices capable of communicating over both short- and wider-range cellular networks. The products accused in the new suit are certain Huawei mobile phones, tablets, PCs, and wearables based on LTE-compliant communications (with respect to the ‘398 patent) and certain Huawei mobile phones based on their use of Bluetooth to discover nearby devices (e.g. a headset) for communication (with respect to the other seven patents).

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