Sisvel International S.A. announced today that Ericsson, one of the leading providers of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to service providers, has joined Sisvel’s DSL licensing program. The portfolio of DSL patents owned by Ericsson includes patents related to VDSL2 and G.Fast technologies.
Sisvel’s DSL licensing program covers patented technologies used in a wide range of communications devices and services, which are used to provide broadband access to data networks, such as the Internet.
Ericsson’s decision to join Sisvel’s DSL program emphasizes the importance of Sisvel’s DSL licensing program, which also includes DSL patents owned by Sisvel. The licensing program aims at making both companies’ patent portfolios more easily accessible to the market.
“We are extremely proud that Ericsson has entrusted us with licensing its patents” said Mattia Fogliacco, President of Sisvel International, “Ericsson is a very innovative company that has been continuously investing in research and development activities. The outcome is illustrated not only by the number of patents generated, but also by the significant technological value they are able to bring to the market”.
Further information about the terms and conditions of Sisvel’s DSL licensing program are available at https://sisvel.com/licensing-programs/broadband/dsl/introduction or from Sisvel upon request by companies currently requiring a license.
Those interested in more information about the licensing program or portfolio management, can contact Sisvel at the following e-mail address: [email protected]
Sisvel International S.A. is the holding company of the Sisvel Group. Sisvel is a world leader in fostering innovation and managing IP. The group identifies, evaluates and maximises the value of IP assets for its partners around the world, providing firms with a revenue stream which can be reinvested in innovation for the generation of future revenues. Sisvel has more than 35 years’ experience in the management of successful patent portfolios, including those relating to audio compression standards (MP3 and MPEG audio), as well as broadcasting and digital terrestrial television standards maintained by the Digital Video Broadcasting Project. Sisvel operates patent pools and joint licensing programmes in the fields of mobile communication, wireless local area networking 802.11, video coding, digital video broadcasting, recommendation engines and broadband access to data networks.
For additional information, please visit: www.sisvel.com.