Vitek IP Announces the Availability of the Virtualization Network Patent Portfolio

Virtualization Network Patent Portfolio (SOLD)

Vitek IP, LLC announced that they are the exclusive representative to sell a broad portfolio of patents from a computer software company specializing in mobile workspace and desktop virtualization environments.

The Virtualization Network patent portfolio contains 49 patents within 32 patent families and covers significant technology related to managing virtualized resources across a network. The patent owner spent over $5 million in developing this patent portfolio from 2010—2015. The 49 issued U.S. patents cover numerous technology applications including file sharing, remote desktops, 3D graphics rendering, single sign-on, and virtualized OS kernel support.

The patent portfolio is directed toward technologies being implemented by major market players. Key patent families are applicable to both file sharing and virtual desktop solutions commonly seen on the market. One patent family in the Virtualization Network portfolio covers controlling access to directories and files in a shared computing environment using whitelists. Many cloud service providers offer shared file access and allow administrators to control permissions for selected users. Vitek IP has documentation of use by major file sharing companies on two patents from this patent family.

Evidence of Use for Key Patent 1

A second key family in the Virtualization Network portfolio covers personalization of shared resources used in virtual desktops. A variety of cloud-based virtual desktop software products provide customization settings for users, including the ability to install shared cloud applications. Common offerings from major market players include software that supports snapshots allowing a user to restore a desktop to a previous state as claimed by the patents.

Evidence of Use for Key Patent 2


Evidence of Use for Key Patent 3

A third key family provides encoding of different cross-platform graphics capabilities between a thin client and a cloud server. The available capabilities are defined using information transmitted over the network. A number of thin client apps from major companies on the market support different graphics encodings to reduce transmission bandwidth and maintain visual quality on the client screen according to configuration values set on the client device as claimed by the patents.

Evidence of Use for Key Patent 4

Given the breadth of file sharing and virtualization applicability, the average remaining patent life of 12 years, and the size of the portfolio, the Virtualization Network patent portfolio exhibits significant market value amongst industry leaders and beyond, both for corporations expanding their technology holdings and organizations looking to further monetize their patented inventions.

The Virtualization Network patent portfolio is being offered to a limited number of potential buyers. Offers for the patents will be reviewed as they are received, and the patent owner intends to finalize a transaction in Q4 2020. To receive an overview of the portfolio or detailed market materials, contact us via email at Detailed Evidence of Use materials are also accessible under NDA.

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