CAMPBELL, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 28, 2015) - Intellectual property licensing company Inventergy Global, Inc. (
The newly issued '546 patent is titled "AUTOMATIC RETRANSMISSION REQUEST CONTROL SYSTEM AND RETRANSMISSION METHOD IN MIMO-OFDM SYSTEM," and the covered technology helps improve data throughput performance. As an example, an invention described in the '546 patent enhances data throughput performance in various telecommunications systems by improving accuracy in the retransmission of signals and reducing the number of retransmission requests.
Joe Beyers, CEO of Inventergy, said, "The technology covered by the '546 patent provides further valuable advances in data throughput performance, a key for telecommunication service providers delivering ever-better service to their customers."
He added, "Inventergy has developed processes to establish, maintain, and expand upon its IP portfolio. The addition of high quality, technologically relevant patents increases the value of the Company and its assets."
About Inventergy Global, Inc.
Inventergy Global, Inc. is a Silicon Valley-based intellectual property company dedicated to identifying, acquiring and licensing the patented technologies of market-significant technology leaders. Led by IP industry pioneer and veteran Joe Beyers, former head of IP and global strategy at Hewlett-Packard, the Company leverages decades of experience, market and technology expertise, and industry connections to assist Fortune 500 companies in leveraging the value of their innovations to achieve greater returns. Inventergy aspires to enable a new world of IP value creation built upon a more transparent, above-board and ethical business platform. Inventergy's current portfolio now contains approximately 760 patent assets (including patents related to industry standards), from three Fortune Global 500 and Gartner-recognized technology leaders in the telecommunications industry. For more information about Inventergy, visit the website at www.inventergy.com.
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