Dali Sues Corning Optical Communications for Alleged Patent Infringement
Tuesday, January 07, 2020 | Comments

Dali Wireless filed a lawsuit alleging patent infringement Corning Optical Communications in the U.S. District Court for the Western District for North Carolina, Charlotte Division.

Dali’s suit said Corning infringed two patents that disclose and claim software-defined radio systems, which are building blocks for the 4G/5G era in in-building wireless networks. In its complaint, Dali alleges that Corning incorporated technologies covered by Dali’s patents into its SpiderCloud Enterprise Radio Access Network (E-RAN) system. Dali seeks injunctive relief and appropriate damages to compensate Dali for Corning’s infringement.

The latest lawsuit against Corning comes on the heels of two previous lawsuits filed against CommScope Technologies. A jury determined that CommScope infringed two of Dali’s patents and awarded Dali more than $7 million in net damages. In May, Dali filed a second suit against CommScope also alleging patent infringement. In that case, Dali is seeking damages and an injunction to stop the manufacture, sale and distribution of CommScope’s OneCell and ION-E products.

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