Server Security Campaign Sees First Affirmative Suit
Computer Protection IP, LLC (CPIP) has filed its first affirmative lawsuit, accusing New Dream Network (DreamHost) (2:17-cv-08858) of infringing a single server security patent. The new complaint targets the DreamHost Cloud System’s use of virtual machines to provide “full network virtualization” for customers of its DreamCompute product. In February 2016, Intel and McAfee brought a Northern District of Georgia action seeking a declaratory judgment of noninfringement of the same patent by Intel’s Trusted Execution Technology (TXT) and Cloud Integrity Technology (based on TXT), and Supermicro filed a similar action in the Northern District of California. CPIP’s affirmative suit was filed in the Central District of California.
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