Server Performance Patent Asserted Against Citrix
Accelerated Memory Tech, LLC, an entity affiliated with Atlanta-based monetization firm IP Investments Group, LLC (d/b/a IPinvestments Group), has filed its first case, suing Citrix (2:18-cv-00052) in the Northern District of Georgia. The plaintiff accuses Citrix of infringing a single patent, generally related to improving server performance, through the provision of NetScaler ADC (application delivery controller). In February, RPX noted the assignment of the patent-in-suit to Accelerated Memory, in likely preparation for the litigation that has now occurred.
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