Speedus claims Verizon violating its patents

Speedus announced its CellularVision subsidiary has filed two patent infringement lawsuits against Verizon Wireless claiming the operator is infringing on technology patents its owns that address the transmission of television to wireless users via mobile networks and the simultaneous transmission of analog and digital signals within the same bandwidth. Speedus insinuated that the infringements were the result of a relationship the company had with a unit of Verizon Communications. The unit invested in and managed a wireless unit of Speedus in 1993. Two separate complaints were filed in United States District Court in the Southern District of Florida.

To read more about Speedus' lawsuit against Verizon Wireless:
- take a look at this release from Speedus

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