Acquisition aimed at
position as a leading
provider of IP
Two way personal message system with extended coverage
Inventors: Zabarsky, Alan P.; Steiger, Suzette D.; Staiano, Edward F.; Sandvos, Jerry L.
Notes: Email forwarding algorithms enable users to conduct email communications with mobile devices.
Multipoint data communication system with collision detection
Inventors: Metcalfe, Robert M. Boggs, David R. Thacker, Charles P. Lampson, Butler W.
Notes: Xerox's early work on networking systems led to the development of Ethernet.
Inventors: Henrion, W.S.
Notes: MEMS accelerometers have been used in a range of applications, from automobile airbags to video game controllers.
Field-effect transistor memory
Inventors: Dennard, Robert H.
Notes: Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) was invented in the 1960's and is present in most personal computers.
Spread spectrum multiple access communication system using satellite or terrestrial repeaters
Inventors: Gilhousen, Klein S.; Jacobs, Irwin M.;
Weaver, Jr., Lindsay A.
Notes: Spread spectrum technology is an integral component of Code Division Multiple Access, a key channel access method used by cell phones.
X-Y position indicator for a display system
Inventors: Engelbart, Douglas C.
Notes: The basic computer mouse was developed in the 1960's at Stanford Research Institute.
User interface gestures
Inventors: Westerman, Wayne
Notes: Multitouch functionality for scrolling (and other actions) enable new forms of intuitive user interface with electronic devices.
Compelling business model
Results based, high performance business model that is
strategically and financially fully aligned with partners.
World class expertise
Experienced in-house team of IP negotiators, attorneys,
technologists and business experts.
Trusted by partners
Close, long-term relationships with major
technology enterprises and leading innovators.
Unmatched track record
Over $600M generated from
patent licensing and sales.