We believe that our technology provides Stanacard with a competitive advantage. We will vigorously pursue infringing companies and will seek to stop them from operating if they continue to infringe upon our technology.
New York, NY (PRWEB) July 23, 2009
Stanacard, a leader in low-cost international calling, has announced the entry of injunctions against companies accused of infringing upon its patented calling technology. In its case against Jaxtr, Lets 101 and Global Telelinks -- case number 1:2009cv01340, Stanacard, LLC v. JAXTR, Inc. et al -- the US District Court for the Southern District of New York has entered three separate Consent Orders and Permanent Injunctions which enjoin those companies from infringing any claims of Stanacard's US patent 7,346,156.
Stanacard will continue to pursue legal actions against Rebtel (Stanacard, L.L.C. v. Rebtel Networks, AB et al, 1:2008cv04859, New York Southern District Court), Jajah (Jajah Inc v. Stanacard LLC, 3:2009cv00580, California Northern District Court) and other services, which Stanacard believes also infringe upon this patent. The technology, which allows telephone users to connect to international telephone numbers by dialing a local number, reduces the cost of global calling and makes the experience simpler for customers.
As the global leader in this space, Stanacard has connected millions of calls worldwide with unparalleled convenience. Stanacard's service allows users to dial a local number directly from their phones, which seemlessly connects the call to the caller's international destination number - with no need for access codes or PIN numbers. Thanks to this convenience, plus its low calling rates, Stanacard became the largest provider in the market.
"We created SmartDial™ technology and subsequently launched our own product commercially in 2004, so we are happy that the court has entered the injunctions to protect our intellectual property," said Anastasia Koroleva, Stanacard CEO. "We believe that our technology provides Stanacard with a competitive advantage. We will vigorously pursue infringing companies and will seek to stop them from operating if they continue to infringe upon our technology."