Understanding the market potential and where to place bets in the ‘internet of things’ is as unwieldy as the name suggests, but Treena Grevatt and Anand Rohit of TechInsights provide some tips.
Patentees may want to sell their patents on their own, but care is needed to protect themselves and the assets, says Art Monk.
How makers' marks on Samsung's Exynos 7420 reveals that Intel's lead is shrinking.
Pressures on patent system challenge extraction of patent value
Delighted as a patent portfolio seller might be to receive an offer to aquire it, there are many ways that the deal can fail. Art Monk of TechInsights suggests some tactics to avoid failure.
Art Monk outlines the factors and industry developments that can have an impact on the value of patents.
Art Monk describes what you need to do to operate a profitable and efficient patent sales program in this article for the IAM Yearbook 2015.
Van Thompson argues that multiple, more narrowly claimed patents and focusing software controlling hardware patents is an answer to recent US rulings on software patents
If you don’t know what you have, any price may seem fair—including the wrong one, says Art Monk.
Practising and patent assertion entities are waking up to the IoT opportunity and will create a rich marketplace for patent divestiture or M&A activity, as Treena Grevatt and Anand Rohit explain.