Lucio Development Starts Campaign over Software Development Kits

  • December 13, 2017
  • New Patent Litigation, Semiconductors

In early October, RPX noted the assignment of a single patent, generally related to a method for producing embedded software for use in a communications system, from a Delaware entity, Embedded Software LLC, to a Texas entity Lucio Development LLC. That Texas entity has now launched a campaign, asserting the patent received in separate lawsuits filed across the state, one in the Eastern District, against Xilinx (6:17-cv-00688); one in the Southern District, against Marvell (4:17-cv-04747); one in the Northern District, against STMicro (3:17-cv-03356); and the rest in the Western District, against AMD (1:17-cv-01148), Cirrus Logic (1:17-cv-01149), Cypress Semiconductor (1:17-cv-01150), Infineon Technologies (1:17-cv-01152), MediaTek (1:17-cv-01153), NVIDIA (1:17-cv-01154), and NXP Semiconductors (1:17-cv-01155). The accused products are the defendants’ software development kits (e.g., AMD’s Accelerated Parallel Processing, Infineon’s DAVE, MediaTek’s LinkIt, etc.).

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