Global Technology Transfer Group Announces the Availability of the Kodak Patent Study

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Global Technology Transfer (GTT) Group is pleased to announce the release of the Kodak Patent Study. The study encompasses nearly 1,100 assets in the Kodak patent portfolio related to digital imaging and provides overall value guidance and probable ranges.

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There has been much discussion over Kodak’s decision to sell 1,100 patents related to digital imaging technology and their value expectations in a patent sale, particularly on the heels of the Nortel and Motorola Mobility transactions.

Global Technology Transfer (GTT) Group is pleased to announce the release of the Kodak Patent Study. With increased speculation around the value of patent portfolios currently offered in the marketplace post Nortel Patent Auction, the Kodak Patent Study offers important insight into understanding the potential value of the current Kodak patent portfolio offering. The study encompasses nearly 1,100 assets in the Kodak patent portfolio related to digital imaging and provides overall value guidance and probable ranges.

The Kodak Patent Study looks at the value of the 1,100 patent assets potentially available for acquisition. The study categorizes the patent assets into key technology areas that will be the value drivers in a transaction and the estimated monetary value ranges specific to each technology area.

The Kodak Patent Study also provides insight into the portfolio’s overall value by taking into account divestment and strategic value considerations in the current patent market. Recent patent transactions in the mobile broadband space have brought a high degree of attention to patent divestment. The Kodak Patent Study analyzes the potential value range of Kodak’s digital imaging patents.

“There has been much discussion over Kodak’s decision to sell 1,100 patents related to digital imaging technology and their value expectations in a patent sale, particularly on the heels of the Nortel and Motorola Mobility transactions. GTT Group’s objective with the Kodak Patent Study is to create transparency and provide useful decision support information to interested parties,” commented Michael Lubitz, GTT Group’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 transaction advisory and consulting firm, which combines core competencies in patent valuation with its global network to deliver unparalleled results. GTT Group’s services include Patent Valuation, Patent Brokerage, Patent Acquisition, Patent Licensing Support, Wireless Related Standards Review, and Patent Research & Strategic Analysis. The company’s corporate headquarters are in Portland, Oregon, with representation in North America, Asia, and Europe.

For more information, visit GTT Group at: http://www.gttgrp.com

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