Global Equity Management, SA (GEMSA) announced the ruling of the South Australian Supreme Court in favor of GEMSA’s application against Electronic Frontier Foundation for publishing defamatory articles with respect to a GEMSA’s virtualization patent granted in United States.
Further, this ruling was made in particular with respect to Graphic User Interface for Super Operating Systems commonly used to allocate and manage virtualization plaform resources in cloud computing data centers.
Mondona Rafizadeh, a GEMSA Director said, “We are very pleased with this outcome and look forward to immediate removal of defamatory articles from the EFF.ORG website and recovery of our damages.”
The suit was filed by SA-based Conatur Legal.
GEMSA 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.
For more information refer to Ramey & Schwaller, visit: http://rameyfirm.com/ramey-schwallers-client-gemsa-sues-users-of-amazon-web-services-for-patent-infringement-in-the-eastern-district-of-texas-on-june-15-2016/ or https://search.rpxcorp.com/lit/txedce-170303-global-equity-management-pty-v-amazon-com
Attached Document: Order from the Supreme Court of South Australia in favour of GEMSA
Attached Document: GEMSA Technology Primer