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TWC loses appeal against Sprint in patent dispute

Monday 3 December 2018 | 13:38 CET | News
Time Warner Cable (TWC) has lost its appeal against a patent suit filed by Sprint in 2011, LightReading reported. The case revolved around the alleged infringement by TWC of at least 12 VoIP patents. A federal court in Kansas City awarded USD 139.8 million to Sprint in a decision that TWC said it would appeal.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Charter Communications / Sprint / Time Warner
Countries: United States
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