Dali Wireless filed a pair of patent lawsuits this week. In the U.S. District Court for the Western District for North Carolina, Charlotte Division, Dali filed suit against Corning Optical Communications for the infringement of U.S. Patent Numbers 10,159,074 and 9,769,766 (case No. 3:19-cv-714).
Dali’s patents disclose and claim software defined radio systems that are building blocks for the 4G/5G era in in-building wireless networks. In its complaint, Dali alleges that Corning incorporated technologies covered by Dali’s patents into their SpiderCloud Enterprise Radio Access Network (“E-RAN”) System. Dali has petitioned the Court and seeks injunctive relief and appropriate damages to compensate Dali for Corning’s infringement.
Additionally, Dali filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware against JMA Wireless for the infringement of U.S. Patent Numbers 10,344,499 and 9,820,171 (case No. 1:19-cv-02367). In its complaint, Dali alleges that JMA has committed, and continues to commit, acts of infringement of Dali’s patents-in-suit. Dali has petitioned the court for judgment on this matter, requesting an injunction prohibiting JMA from making, using, advertising, selling and offering for sale JMA’s TEKO Cell Hub and XRAN server software products, and for monetary damages to compensate for the infringement.