Patents for broadband communications technology have been attained by an ancillary of Acacia Research (News - Alert) Corporation or ACTG. The patents acquired are for digital subscriber line or DSL modems and voice over Internet protocol or VoIP phones. The company is headquartered in Newport Beach, Calif.
In a statement, Paul Ryan, CEO of Acacia said, "As Acacia's licensing success grows, an increasing number of technology companies are selecting us as their partner for the licensing of their patented technologies. Acacia is rapidly becoming the leader in technology licensing and we continue to grow our base of future revenues by adding new patent portfolios."
Acacia Research Corporation (News - Alert) is a major organization offering patent licensing. Acacia Research Group LLC is a completely owned ancillary of Acacia Research Corporation. Ancillaries of Acacia Research Group LLC in association with inventors and patent owners license patents to corporate users. Currently, 250 patent portfolios, which are comprised of technologies used in a broad assortment of industries, are managed by the ancillaries of ACTG.
The organization ensures that the inventors and patent owners earn revenue from the patents by licensing and enforcing patents to corporate users. The organization’s team encompasses market analysts, in-house patent attorneys, licensing executives and engineers. ACTG has a recognized track record of success, with hundreds of license and settlement agreements covering an extensive array of technology areas.
A few of Acacia’s successful licensing and enforcement programs include V-Chip, Video/Image Enhancement and DMT (News - Alert). While the organization earned $25.6 million from TV manufacturers globally for V-Chip, the Video/Image
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