- 9 January 2013 16:11
Riverbed vs. Silver Peak update: USPTO re-examines Riverbed patents
SYDNEY, January 9. Silver Peak Systems, Inc. today announced the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted Silver Peak’s requests to re-examine two Riverbed Technology (Nasdaq: RVBD) patents (7,428,573 & 7,849,134) and has issued Office Actions rejecting all of the claims in each patent that Riverbed has accused Silver Peak of infringing.
Silver Peak filed documents with the USPTO in September requesting Inter Partes Re-examinations of the Riverbed patents that Riverbed alleges are infringed by Silver Peak.
The full text of the USPTO’s communications on these matters can be found at: http://portal.uspto.gov/external/portal/pair (Select “Control Number” and enter 95/002,308 for the 7,428,573 patent and 95/002,310 for the 7,849,134 patent. Then click the “Image File Wrapper” tab to access the documents.)
Alternatively, the communications can be downloaded here: http://blog.silver-peak.com/riverbed-patent-reexamination-7849134.pdf http://blog.silver-peak.com/riverbed-patent-reexamination-7428573.pdf
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