There has been much discussion of the Nortel Patent Portfolio and the bankruptcy trustee’s plan regarding the remaining assets. GTT’s goal is to remove significant uncertainty in the marketplace and allow entities to focus resources on relevant assets.
Portland, OR (PRWEB) July 13, 2010
GTT is pleased to announce the availability of the Nortel Patent Study. The study includes high value assets identified for further study, along with preliminary valuation estimates related to each asset. The study is essential in understanding and confirming which assets within the portfolio pose the greatest potential risk or value to interested parties and enables subscribers to focus resources on only those assets which are truly relevant. Subscribers will receive monthly updates for twelve (12) months reflecting changes in Nortel‘s patent divestment as well as dynamic changes in patent valuations based on marketplace real transaction data.
“There has been much discussion of the Nortel Patent Portfolio and the bankruptcy trustee’s plan regarding the remaining assets. GTT’s goal is to remove significant uncertainty in the marketplace and allow entities to focus resources on relevant assets,” remarked Michael Lubitz, GTT’s CEO and Chairman.
For additional information related to the study including subscription information, please contact Dan Buri at dburi(at)gttgrp(dot)com. All inquiries will be kept strictly confidential.
About Global Technology Transfer Group, Inc. Global Technology Transfer Group, Inc. is a patent analysis and monetization services firm combining core competencies in patent valuation with its global network to deliver unparalleled results. GTT’s services include Patent Valuation, Patent Brokerage, Patent Acquisition, Patent Licensing Support, Patent-Leveraged M&A, Venture Financing, Technology Assessments and Strategic Patent Analysis. The company’s corporate headquarters are in Portland, Oregon, with offices and representatives in North America, Asia, and Europe.
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