AGOURA HILLS, CA--(Marketwire - Nov 27, 2012) - Nomadix, Inc., the innovator and pioneer of public access gateways, today announced they have settled the patent infringement case brought by Nomadix against Hewlett-Packard (HP) before the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California. The settlement includes a license to HP under key portions of Nomadix's extensive patent portfolio in Internet access technologies. Terms of the agreement remain undisclosed.
"We are pleased to conclude the litigation between our companies in a manner that respects Nomadix's patents," said Charles Reed, chairman of Nomadix. "While Nomadix will continue to enforce its patent portfolio in litigation, it is gratifying for us to reach a settlement with Hewlett-Packard that recognizes the value of Nomadix's patents."
Nomadix offers gateways for seamless wired and wireless connectivity solutions across public access networks and enterprises. Powered by patented technology, Nomadix enables revenue generation and customization in a number of business models. With Nomadix, public access network providers are able to deploy cost-effective, secure and easy-to-use network services. Nomadix is a wholly owned subsidiary company of DOCOMO interTouch. For more information, visit www.nomadix.com.
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