Trident IP Solutions Retains Vision IP and Capital Legal Group for Patent Monetization and Purchases Two Valuable Patents

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Trident IP Solutions LLC has retained Vision IP LLC and Capital Legal Group PLLC to assist it in creating value in its patent portfolio. As part of their representation Vision IP and Capital Legal Group assisted Trident in purchasing patents from Bording Data A/S and UTStarcom, Inc.

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Trident IP Solutions LLC is pleased to announce that it has retained Vision IP LLC and Capital Legal Group PLLC regarding its efforts to increase value in its patent portfolio. Vision IP and Capital Legal Group will assist Trident in the analysis and acquisition of patents and other intellectual property. Furthermore, Vision IP will represent Trident as its licensing agent in discussion with any companies who approach Vision IP to acquire a license to its valuable patent portfolio.

As part of this Trident’s effort to bring value to its intellectual property assets, Trident recently closed deals to acquire patents from Bording Data A/S and UTStarcom, Inc.

Trident is pleased to announce that it has acquired U.S. Patent No. 7,012,503 entitled Electronic Key Device A System and Method for Managing Electronic Key Information from Bording Data A/S. This patent is directed towards the utilizing an electronic key to provide access codes to lock mechanisms. The industry has begun to be widely adopted, and Trident believes that its patent adds significant value in this industry.

Trident also recently acquired U.S. Patent No. 6,993,039 entitled System and Method for GRE Heartbeats from UTStarcom, Inc. The ‘039 patent was originally assigned to 3Com Corporation before it was acquired by UTStarcom. This patent provides for multiple methods of implementing heartbeats in the Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) protocol. Trident believes that this patent discloses systems and methods of significant value to the networking industry.

Any interest in licensing the Trident patent portfolio should be directed to Mel Barnes, the President of Vision IP.

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