Global Equity Management, SA (GEMSA) announced the markman ruling of U.S. Federal Court for Eastern District of Texas in favour of GEMSA in its patent litigation cases against Airbnb, Inc., eBay, Inc., TripAdvisor LLC, Alibaba.com Hong Kong Limited, Alibaba.com, Inc., Alibaba.com Singapore E-Commerce Private Limited, Booking.com B.V., Expedia, Inc., Hotels.com LP, Hotwire, Inc., Orbitz Worldwide, Inc., and CruiseShipCenters International Inc. for infringement of virtualization technology patents granted by USPTO.
This ruling further confirms and boosts GEMSA’s previous order by the South Australian Supreme Court and against the Electronic Frontier Foundation for publishing defamatory articles. These defamatory articles by EFF were in regards to one of GEMSA’s virtualization patents granted in the United States and in particular with respect to the Graphic User Interface for Super Operating Systems commonly used to allocate and manage virtualization platform resources in cloud computing data centers.
Mondona Rafizadeh, a GEMSA Director said, “we are very pleased with this outcome and look forward to successful resolution of these cases and subsequent licensing, or even development partnerships with all cloud computing providers and users enjoying the benefits of our innovations over the past several decades.”
GEMSA IP covers three major technological advanced that form the foundation of visualization and virtualization technologies globally and has significant controlling interest and investment in cloud computing innovations and currently has over 35 patent infringement lawsuits pending against major cloud computing websites in U.S. Federal Court, Eastern District of Texas.