Delaware Plaintiff Asserts Memory Patents Against Cisco

May 17, 2024

Cisco (2:24-cv-00360) is the second defendant to be sued in the litigation campaign that Delaware plaintiff Innovations In Memory LLC (IIM) launched earlier this month with a suit against IBM. In the new Eastern District of Texas complaint, the plaintiff asserts three patents described as “concerning improvements in memory storage devices and systems”. Cisco is accused of infringement through the provision of a wide array of products, ranging from its “MDS 9000 Series Switches” to its “Unified Computing System”.

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