Ericsson goes after Apple in ED Texas and at ITC
The Swedish telecommunications equipment vendor filed nine lawsuits against Apple on Thursday, seven in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas and two in the U.S. International Trade Commission, alleging infringement of a total of 41 of its patents, it said Friday.
2:15-cv-289: Ericsson claims Apple infringed the following:
US patent 6,026,293: "System for Preventing Electronic Memory Tampering"
US patent 6,400,376: "Display Control for Hand-Held Data Processing Device"
US patent 6,857,068: "System and Method for Data Processing by Executing a Security Program Routine Initially Stored in a Protected Part of Irreversibly Blocked Memory Upon Start-Up"
US patent 6,901,251: "Portable Communication Apparatus Having a Man-Machine Interface and a Method for its Operation:
US letters patent RE43,931: "Radiotelephones Having Contact-Sensitive User Interfaces and Methods of Operating Same"
2:15-cv-290: Ericsson claims Apple infringed the following:
US patent 6,360,102: "System and Method for Defining A Subscriber Location Privacy Profile"
US patent 6,433,735: "Mobile Terminal and System and Method for Determining the Geographic Location of a Mobile Terminal"
US patent 6,535,815: "Position Updating Method for a Mobile Terminal Equipped with a Positioning Receiver"
US patent 6,553,236: "On Demand Location Function for Mobile Terminal"
US patent 6,993,325: "Method for Facilitating Electronic Communications"
US patent 7,149,534: "Peer to Peer Information Exchange for Mobile Communications Devices"
2:15-cv-291: Ericsson claims Apple infringed the following:
US patent 7,149,510: "Security Access Manager in Middleware"
US patent 7,286,823: "Mobile Multimedia Engine"
US patent 7,415,270: "Middleware Services Layer for Platform System for Mobile Terminals"
US patent 7,536,181: "Platform System for Mobile Terminals"
US patent 7,707,592: "Mobile Terminal Application Subsystem and Access Subsystem Architecture Method and System"
US patent 8,079,015: "Layered Architecture for Mobile Terminals"
2:15-cv-292: Ericsson claims Apple infringed the following:
US patent 6,433,512: "Power Consumption Reporting by an Accessory of an Electronic Device"
US patent 6,763,247: "Portable Telecommunication Apparatus for Controlling an Electronic Utility Device"
US patent 6,968,365: "Device and a Method for Operating an Electronic Utility Device From a Portable Telecommunication Apparatus"
US patent 8,170,472: "Arrangement and a Method in a Telephony System"
2:15-cv-293: Ericsson claims Apple infringed the following:
US patent 6,633,550: "Radio Transceiver on a Chip"
US patent 6,157,620: "Enhanced Radio Telephone for Use In Internet Telephony"
US patent 6,029,052: "Multiple-Mode Direct Conversion Receiver"
US patent 8,812,059: "Radiotelephones Having Contact-Sensitive User Interfaces and Methods of Operating Same"
US patent 6,291,966: "Method and an Apparatus For Storing and Communicating Battery Information"
US patent 6,122,263: "Internet Access For Cellular Networks"
2:15-cv-287: Ericsson claims Apple infringed the following:
US essential patent 8,102,805: "HARQ in Spatial Multiplexing MIMO System"
US essential patent 8,331,476: "Method for Detecting Transmission Mode in a System Using Multiple Antennas"
US essential patent 6,301,556: "Reducing Sparseness in Coded Speech Signals"
US essential patent 8,607,130: "Computationally Efficient Convolutional Coding With Rate-Matching"
US essential patent 8,717,996: "Uplink Scrambling During Random Access"
US essential patent 8,660,270: "Method and Arrangement in a Telecommunication System"
US essential patent 8,837,381: "Using an Uplink Grant as Trigger of First or Second Type of CQI Report"
US essential patent 6,058,359: "Speech Coding Including Soft Adaptability Feature"