Ad-Hoc Wireless Networking at Issue in SCR Networks’s Latest Complaint

May 10, 2024

Following the October 2022 dismissal of its first and only patent case, filed against TP-Link in the Central District of California, SCR Networks LLC has sued Cisco (2:24-cv-00349), this time in the Eastern District of Texas. The plaintiff asserts a single patent generally related to ad-hoc wireless networking, with Cisco accused of infringement through the provision of routers that implement Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (MANETs) using the OSPFv3 routing protocol.

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