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The GNOME-Rothschild Patent Dispute Serves as an Example for Other Non-Practicing Entities

Open Invention Network helped the GNOME Foundation settle a patent dispute with Rothschild Patent Imaging (RPI) and Leigh M. Rothschild, owner of RPI, earlier this year.

Here’s the entire story and how the suit benefits the [ … ]

Open Source Software is Transforming the IT and Communications Industries

UNISOC is part of the Tsinghua Group — the 2nd largest fabless chip supplier in China — and global leader in mobile communications and IoT chipsets. The enterprise follows a move made by Huawei, the [ … ]

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A Look at How Open Invention Network Reduces Patent Aggression Risks

Patent trolls, also known as Non-Practicing Entities (NPEs) and Patent Assertion Entities (PAEs), look to leverage a patent or a portfolio to seek financial return from companies allegedly utilizing the technology. An article by Open [ … ]

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Artificial Intelligence is Almost Entirely Driven by Open Source Programs

As China’s “Google”, a global leader in Internet and Artificial Intelligence (AI) -related services and products, Baidu recognizes the benefits of shared innovation inherent in open source. The largest Chinese language search engine, Baidu has [ … ]

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Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Joins the Open Invention Network Community

Banking and financial services increasingly rely on Open Source Software (OSS) including blockchain technologies such as Hyperledger. Global leaders that recognize the benefits of open source technologies are building robust feature-rich platforms to make them [ … ]

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Exclusive interview with the CEO of Open Invention Network

This exclusive interview with Keith Bergelt, the CEO of Open Invention Network (OIN), takes a deep dive into the open source and patent non-aggression organization and its impact on large and small companies, as well [ … ]

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Understanding Open Source Licensing Implications with Docker Containers

Containers make it easier for developers to deploy software, but they can also lead to open source license compliance issues. The Linux Foundation has published a whitepaper by Armijn Hemel that discusses these complexities and [ … ]

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Huawei Contributes to Creating a Fully Connected, Intelligent World

Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. is a Chinese Information and Communications Technology (ICT) company that provides telecommunications equipment, consumer electronics and smartphones in more than 170 countries. The multinational enterprise is “committed to bringing digital to [ … ]

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Rakuten Streamlines Operations and Reduces Costs with Open Source Software

The Rakuten Group has proactively engaged in the development of the Linux System and other Open Source Software (OSS) technologies. One example of this is its fully virtualized cloud native mobile network built by Rakuten [ … ]

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Mercari Endorses Open Invention Network for Protecting Open Source from Patent Risks

The Mercari Group’s systems are supported by a variety of open source software. As a beneficiary of the enormous contributions made by the Open Source Software (OSS) community, the company is committed to making a [ … ]

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Open Source Software Continues Changing the Nature of Modern Supply Chains

Open Source Software compliance and patent non-aggression is relevant to all companies in an industry supply chain (e.g., Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), as well as all suppliers). Be sure to read the article, “Continuing Improvements [ … ]

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Open Invention Network Helps GNOME Secure a Big Win Against Patent Trolls

GNOME, makers of the popular Linux desktop of the same name, has settled a lawsuit by patent troll Rothschild Patent Imaging (RPI). GNOME not only won a release and covenant not to be sued for any [ … ]

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Companies in Supply Chains Are Adopting Open Source

Businesses that are part of supply chains need to embrace the norms of major companies in their ecosystem. As the norm for patent non-aggression  in Open Source Software (OSS), the Open Invention Network (OIN) license [ … ]

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