Cellular South Sues Google over Patents Arising from Alleged Effort to “Unlock the Power of Video”

May 11, 2024

Cellular South, Inc., a subsidiary of telecommunications holding company Telapex, has filed suit against Alphabet (Google) (6:24-cv-00245), alleging infringement of three patents described in the new Western District of Texas complaint as “cover[ing] foundational technologies for organizing unstructured data within video that allows content providers to gain a better understanding of the context and value of content and present it back to users in a highly personalized manner”. Targeted is the provision of “video classification and recognition technology”, including the Cloud Video Intelligence Platform. At issue is the use of “machine learning models and natural language processing techniques to identify and classify videos using contextual information”.

Subscription Required

This content requires a subscription to view

  • Over 7,000 news articles covering new patent cases, key policy decisions, and USPTO assignments
  • Advanced custom alerts for campaigns and entities
  • Proprietary litigation timelines
  • Full access to Federal Circuit, PTAB, and ITC dockets
  • Judge, venue, and law firm analytics