Realtime Adaptive Streaming Slings a Single Lawsuit Against ARRIS, DISH, Echostar

October 11, 2017

Realtime Adaptive Streaming LLC (RAS) has added a second case to the litigation campaign that it began last month, suing ARRIS, DISH Network, and Echostar in a single complaint (6:17-cv-00567). The NPE’s infringement allegations focus on streaming products and services compliant with various versions of the H.264 video compression standard: DISH Network’s provision of certain HDTV services and related hardware, including Echostar set-top boxes, as well as DISH Network’s provision of ARRIS media streaming products using Sling Media technology. One of the two patents asserted in the new complaint is also at issue in a September suit filed against Amazon.

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