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Nomadix, HP Settle Patent Suit
Agoura Hills-based Nomadix said today that it has settled a patent infringement case it had filed against HP, covering the Nomadix patent portfolio. Financial terms of the settlement were not disclosed. According to Nomadix, the settlement includes a license to HP for key portions of its patent portfolio. Nomadix, which develops Internet gateway products, is now owned by DOCOMO interTouch. Nomadix had filed its original patent suit against HP in 2009, and had also named Wayport, Inc., iBAHN Corporation, Guest-Tek Interactive Entertainment Ltd., Guest-Tek Interactive Entertainment, Inc., LodgeNet Interactive Corporation, LodgeNet StayOnline, Inc., On Command Corporation, Aruba Networks, Inc., Superclick, Inc. and Superclick Networks, Inc. in that lawsuit.
posted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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