Dali Wireless Files Second Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Corning; Broadens Scope...
Updated: May 4
to Include Optical Network Evolution (ONE) Products
Dali Wireless alleges infringement of US Patent Nos. 9,826,508, and 9,769,766 in Corning’s Optical Network Evolution (“ONE”), and SpiderCloud Enterprise Radio Access Network (“E-RAN”) products. Dali is seeking appropriate damages to compensate for the alleged infringement.
Menlo Park, California – September 21, 2020 – Dali Wireless, Inc. a world-wide innovator in digital radio distribution systems and digital predistortion technologies today announced it has filed a second lawsuit against Corning Optical Communications LLC in the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, Waco Division. In its complaint, Dali alleges that Corning incorporated Dali’s innovations into its ONE and SpiderCloud products, thereby infringing on U.S. Patent Nos. 9,826,508, and 9,769,766 (Case No. 6:20-cv-00827). Dali has petitioned the court for monetary damages.
This complaint in Waco, Texas comes on the heels of an amended lawsuit filed in December against Corning Optical Communications LLC, alleging infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 10,433,261, 9,197,358, and 10,506,454 (Case No. 3:19- cv-714). In that first case, Dali is seeking damages and an injunction to stop the manufacture, sale, and distribution of Corning’s SpiderCloud E-RAN System. This second lawsuit broadens the scope to include Corning ONE products.
In addition to the two noted Corning suits, Dali has also filed suit against John Mezzalingua Associates, LLC d/b/a JMA Wireless alleging infringement of US Patent Nos. 10,334,499, and 9,820,171 (Case No. 1:19-cv-02367) and CommScope Technologies LLC and CommScope Holding Company, Inc. alleging infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 10,045,314, 10,080,178, 9,847,816 and 8,682,338 (Case No. 1:19-cv-00952-MN).
Earlier this year, Dali received a favorable final decision from the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas in Dallas against CommScope (Case No. 3:16-cv-00477). The chief judge upheld the jury’s decision to award Dali $9.5 million in past damages. This final decision from the court upholds the validity of Dali Wireless’ patents.
Dali’s dedication to innovation has resulted in the company being granted over 500 global patents and pending patent applications. In addition to providing broad coverage on digital predistortion and radio frequency (“RF”) distribution technology, Dali’s patents are critically important to enabling 4G, 5G and virtual Radio Access Network (vRAN) technologies.
About Dali Wireless
Dali Wireless is a wireless infrastructure innovator providing new and better ways to handle exponential growth in mobile data traffic. Dali’s fully digital wireless signal routing solution revolutionizes in-building and outdoor coverage and capacity by eliminating interference and maximizing spectrum usage. The company’s groundbreaking patented virtual Fronthaul Interface (vFI™) is an intelligent aggregator-router and key enabler of RAN virtualization elevating networks to 5G readiness. Mobile operators, large enterprises and public safety networks around the world deploy Dali technology to ensure high-quality service and a seamless migration to 5G. See www.daliwireless.com or follow us on Twitter @daliwireless.
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