Complex Memory, an IPVal Affiliate, Kicks Off Campaign Targeting Slew of Products with ARM Core Architectures

  • October 15, 2017
  • Mobile Communications and Devices, New Patent Litigation, Semiconductors

Yet another affiliate of IP Valuation Partners LLC (d/b/a IPVal) has launched a litigation campaign, the sixth in October alone. Complex Memory LLC has filed complaints against Huawei (2:17-cv-00700) and SVTronics and Texas Instruments (TI) (2:17-cv-00699), each asserting five patents generally related to chip operation and memory access. The NPE accuses Huawei of infringement through the provision of smartphones and tablets that incorporate ARM Cortex-A9, Cortex-A15, Cortex-A53, Cortex-A73, and/or other ARM Cortex-A architectures, and SVTronics and TI of infringement through the provision of products incorporating ARM Cortex-A9 and/or ARM Cortex-A15 architectures. Complex Memory pleads that the latter two defendants are properly named in a single complaint because they both allegedly incorporate TI OMAP processors into the accused products, and because SVTronics purportedly integrates, “and sells products based on”, TI processor designs.


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