- Cloud Computing Patent Litigation on the Rise
- Patent Transaction Trends in Cloud Computing
- Professor Blind and IPlytics CEO Tim Pohlmann discuss at the Standards Your Innovation Bridge Conference in Brussels
- IPlytics wins ICT innovation prize 2013
- China’s Farm to the World’s Fork: Why Standards Matter
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A recent study reveals that US patent litigation on cloud technologies has been increasing by 700% over the past 4 years (figure 1). This drastic surge of litigation was mainly driven by so called PAEs “patent assertion entities”. PAEs purchase … Continue reading
Cloud Computing describes a type of Internet-based computing that provides access to shared computer processing resources. Cloud users store and process data to run diverse sets of software applications on shared computing systems. Cloud computing allows to run performance intensive … Continue reading
Professor Blind and IPlytics CEO Tim Pohlmann discuss at the Standards Your Innovation Bridge Conference in Brussels
Professor Blind and IPlytics CEO Tim Pohlmann were invited speakers at the first EU Conference On Standards: Your Innovation Bridge hosted and organized by CEN/CENELEC in Brussels. The goal of the conference was bringing together experts from industry, research and … Continue reading
Dr. Tim Pohlmann is currently busy trying to transfer the subject of his doctoral thesis into the business model of his startup IPlytics. The idea is to develop a market intelligence tool that analyzes market developments, technology trends and patenting … Continue reading
Our Post-Doctoral researcher Axel Mangelsdorf from the Chair of Innovation Economics and Federal Institute of Materials Research and Testing spent the last three weeks in Sub-Sahara Africa to analyze the National Quality Infrastructure of Malawi. Here is his report.
Let me draw your attention to the Patent Statistics for Decision Makers Conference (USPTO) November 16th -17th, 2011. Find a first outlook of a contribution attached.
This is to announce that the University of Salento (Lecce, Italy) organizes the 2nd edition of the workshop Industrial Organization: Theory, Empirics and Experiments which will take place on 23-24 June 2011 in Otranto (Lecce) – Italy. Contributions in all fields … Continue reading