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In more than one of the discussions we’ve had with folks about the Vonage-Verizon patent fight, there has been out-loud wonderment that some prior art hasn’t yet surfaced to invalidate Verizon’s claims. From VoIP Watch blogger Andy Abramson (and his radio cohort Ken Rutkowski) comes a […]

In more than one of the discussions we’ve had with folks about the Vonage-Verizon patent fight, there has been out-loud wonderment that some prior art hasn’t yet surfaced to invalidate Verizon’s claims. From VoIP Watch blogger Andy Abramson (and his radio cohort Ken Rutkowski) comes a report from “someone” who claims that a 3Com may be the owner of a patent could help Vonage contest Verizon’s claims. Good reading, and there will be more to follow we are sure!

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  1. RandomThoughts Thursday, April 19, 2007

    Pretty interesting. So maybe 3Com would figure they have $58 million coming to them?

    Don’t see how this really helps Vonage unless 3Com would step in and tell Vonage “don’t worry about it, keep the $58 mil.”

  2. Sramana Mitra on Strategy Thursday, April 19, 2007

    Sudden Windfall For 3Com?…

    An interesting Patent infringement situation seems to be brewing, with Verizon suing Vonage for some fundamental Voice-Over-IP intellectual property violation, and then a former US Robotics engineer, Michael Musiel, who wrote another patent on similar …

  3. Vonage testified that Net2phone had what they needed. Vonage should just go to Net2phone if they can find them.

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