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Kaspersky named one of the top 100 global innovators
For the second year, it made the Derwent Top 100 Global Innovator list by Clarivate Analytics, which includes giants like Amazon, Facebook and Google.
Datrium awarded patents for resiliency and encryption tech
The patents were invented by Datrium’s leaders and engineering team. Many of the same team created the backup deduplication technology at Data Domain.
European Patent Office lauds Asia's efforts to protect IP
More than half (53%) of the patent applications received in recent years have come from countries including Singapore, China, Japan, Korea, and the United States.
‘Disruptor in software-defined blocks storage’ awarded US patent
Excelero recently announced that it was assigned a US patent for the underlying technology to its NVMesh server SAN solution.
AgigA Tech granted patent for Hybrid Non-Volatile RAM in China
Enterprise and data center applications were previously constrained by the higher latency of existing storage solutions such as SSDs.
Kiwi innovation set to benefit from revamped trans-Tasman patent regime
“A modern regime for regulating patent attorneys ensures New Zealand businesses have optimal access to high quality, reliable advice."
Western Digital buys IBM patents, gears up to be leader in data storage
"The patents will augment Western Digital's existing portfolio of more than 10,000 patents and patent applications."
SenCbuds: The next big thing for earphones?
With the help of patent pending sensor technology, SenCbuds instantly know when they are taken out of the user’s ear, and pause the media accordingly.
What the TPP means for NZ's tech sector
“We’ve raised these issues in the past because they’re a major concern for our industry. If we wait until the ink is dry on TPP, it’ll be too late."
Victorious Veeam slams Symantec following patent win
Symantec's bid to 'stifle competition' because 'its legacy physical backup products could not compete' fails after Veeam wins three year patent battle
In the innovative world... patent is a virtue
"This legislation will bring New Zealand patent law into the 21st century with a more consistent, high quality patent examination process."
Apple and Google call patent war truce
For those managing to keep up with the growing complexity of patent lawsuits, a truce has been called; between warring rivals Apple and Google.
Lenovo drives smartphone business with NEC mobile patents deal
"A strong patent portfolio is a key element for success in the smartphone business..."
New dawn for New Zealand patent landscape
Wednesday, August 28 marked the biggest shake up in New Zealand’s Intellectual Property landscape in more than 50 years...
IT pros welcome passing of Patents Bill
The Institute of IT Professionals welcomes the near unanimous passing of the Patents Bill in Parliament, effectively removing software patents from New Zealand.
Labour tables alternative patent clause
Opposition Party demands change over current Patents Bill which is "effectively stifling New Zealand's important software sector."
Jury deliberates Apple v Samsung evidence
A Californian jury examines the evidence in the high stakes patent infringement lawsuit, with deliberation expected to last several days.
Steve Jobs barred from US patent trial
Judge approves request from Apple to have late CEO’s ‘thermonuclear’ statement discounted in court proceedings.
Apple forced to admit Samsung didn't copy iPad
UK judge makes surprise ruling after saying Samsung tablets are 'not as cool' as Apple's.
Apple-Motorola patent case dismissed 'with prejudice'
US judge refuses to let case turn into 'Apple versus Motorola popularity contest'.
China approves ‘Googlerola’ deal – Updated
CEO Larry Page announces that massive acquisition has now been completed.
Apple, Samsung sit-down underway
Tim Cook and Choi Gee-Sung in court-ordered patent pow-wow.
Apple, Samsung to talk out patent grievances - Updated
Date set for CEO showdown.
Twitter says its patents are a shield, not a weapon
Employees' inventions won't be used in offensive litigation without their permission, company says.