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Notification of Patent Rights, VOIP and Increased Disk Storage Capacity
Ocean Tomo Auctions today announced it will sell lots offering a variety of patents ranging from business and computer technologies to data systems and storage methods at The Ocean Tomo Spring 2007 Live Intellectual Property Auction on April 19th at the Union League Club of Chicago.
One notable business method patent on the auction block includes a patent portfolio disclosing tools and techniques which provide notice of patent rights. This technology can be used to prove that an alleged infringer had knowledge of a patent without using expensive discovery and motion practice typically employed during patent litigation. Created by an experienced patent attorney, the invention provides a cost-effective alternative for placing potential infringers on notice of patent rights.
Another lot offers advancements in User Datagram Protocol (UDP) methods to achieve connectionless and packet-oriented for transferring data over a real-time distributed network. This technology is ideal for an assortment of applications, including Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol, which allows a user to make voice calls using a broadband Internet connection instead of a regular phone line.
An additional lot for sale discloses technology for increased storage capacity of an optical disk, which allows 40 to 100 times more capacity than a standard DVD. As reductions in planar size reach their limit, this pioneering portfolio offers a path to satisfy the continued push for additional storage capacity. This technology, recognized with a "Nano 50 Award" from Nanotech Briefs, which identifies the top 50 nanotech inventions of the year, opens up a new dimension in the capacities of advanced optical storage.
"After careful review of all submissions received, we are excited to offer such valuable and diverse portfolios containing technologies which will make a direct impact within their respective industries," said Andrew T. Ramer, President of Ocean Tomo Auctions.
Unique Acquisition Opportunity
Acquisition of these lots represents a unique opportunity for numerous industries including, but not limited to: Internet Service Providers, Information Management and Business Solutions Providers, Law Firms, Litigation Management Consultancies, Timepiece Manufacturers, Consumer Electronics Manufacturers, Handset Device Manufacturers and Software Developers, MRAM Architecture Designers, Computer Systems Designers, and Processor and System Bus Designers.
Summary of Technology Offerings
|Lot||IP Assets Included||Description|
|1||US Patent 5,404,321||Methods for Reducing Keystrokes for Entering Text on a Mobile Device|
|21||US Patents 6,219,307 and 6,249,486||Linear Time Display for Telling Time Across Different Time Zones|
|22A||US Patent 6,278,660||Methods and Systems for Automatically Updating a Timepiece When Changing Time Zones|
|25A||US Patent 6,438,025||Techniques for Increasing Responsiveness of a Magnetosensitive Sensor|
|25B||US Patent 6,393,498||More Efficient Data Management in a Computer System through Memory Remapping|
|25C||US Patent 6,195,747||Techniques for Reducing processor Load and Bus Traffic in a Computer System while Handling Communication|
|25D||US Patent 6,772,367||Methods for Fault Tolerance in Concurrently Executing Computer Programs|
|25E||US Patent 6,557,058||Method for Sustaining a Constant Data Rate from a Media Source|
|25F||US Patent 6,901,525||Managing Power Consumption of IEEE 1394-Compliant Devices|
|25G||US Patent 6,879,556||Techniques for Increasing Storage Capacity of an Optical Disk|
|26||US Patent 6,879,984 and US TM Registration Nos. 2431828; 2433684; and 3026536||System for On-Demand Analysis of Datasets and Efficient Business Report Generation|
|27||US Patent 7,130,830||Systems for Providing Notice of Patent Rights to Third Parties|
|29||US Patent 6,405,236||Transporting Data Over a Real-Time Distributed Network|
|37||US Patents 6,175,616; 6,483,900; and 7,088,802||Systems for Detecting Status of a Communications Device over a Network|
|38||US Patents 6,304,898; 6,564,249; and 6,763,373||Systems for Creating and Sending Graphical Electronic Messages|
For more information on the aforementioned lots or the event and to register to attend or bid, please call 312.377.4851 or visit http://www.OceanTomoAuctions.com .
About Ocean Tomo Auctions
Ocean Tomo Auctions, the auctions arm of Ocean Tomo, LLC ( http://www.OceanTomo.com ), the country’s leading Intellectual Capital Merchant Banc® firm, has received global recognition as the leader in the live auctioning of intellectual property assets for some of the world’s largest and most established companies. Hundreds of key decision makers in the intellectual property and financial communities attend and participate in the auctions and related workshops, including C-level executives, Fortune 500® IP professionals, investors, small to mid-size companies, inventors and media professionals. Ocean Tomo Auctions has been featured on CNBC, Bloomberg TV, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, Red Herring, BusinessWeek, Reuters and more. The live auctions are held in the spring and fall in the U.S. and in the summer in Europe.
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