Cloud to Cable Patent Issued & Inventors Protection Act Updates

Cloud to Cable Patent Issued & Inventors Protection Act Updates

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Patent Issued for One of Our Media Streaming Technologies

As you have read in my blog, Cloud-to-Cable is a platform and technology that merges the worlds of cloud and Cable TV.  

One of the main objectives of the patent and as you can read in the description is to:

” ……   systems, devices, methods, and non-transitory computer-readable media for media delivery from a cloud or IP-based distribution network, or CDN (Content Delivery Network) to MSO (Multiple System Operators) or head-ends that include cable and satellite delivery mechanisms. The present technology unifies cloud-based delivery (Mediamplify cloud) with the cable-based mechanism (e.g. Comcast, Verizon FiOS).” 

I filed for patent protection in the US and Europe for the methods and system called: “Method, system, and apparatus for multimedia content delivery to cable tv and satellite operators” now protected under US Patent 10,123,074 that will be published and formally issued on November 6th, 2018.  This patent protection gives me the exclusive rights in the US, and we are applying to Europe and other countries, for our method and system to broadcast TV and Music stations on Cable TV, OTT, IPTV, and other MVPD systems. The technology in place is in use by our Music for Cableproduct and is now branded under MEVIA : Cloud to Cable. The patents are owned by me and are available for licensing, including all specifications, and software to create our broadcasting network appliance (MEVIA Network Appliance)

Ted Deutch – Boca’s Congress Representative on HR.6557 – Inventors Protection Act

Ted Deutch is a well-known congressman that represents the area were EGLA COMMUNICATIONS is located, and after sending some emails to Mr. Deutch regarding how the new system in place for patent enforcement is no longer favorable for innovation and on the contrary is a incentive to steal technology and use it without paying royalties.  The HR. 6557 is a new legislation called “Inventors Protection Act” that aims to assist and help inventors protect their Intellectual Property after their patents have been issued by the USPTO. 

Let’s recall new changes made in the USPTO regarding software patents, specially Alice and American Invent Act changes made, not forgetting IPRs and the PTAB processes now in place. 

EGLA is glad to see our Congress react and move in the right direction and we are hopeful these efforts will fructify soon. 

A few years back our team received a visit or this congressman at our offices in FAU – Research Park, before we moved to the EGLAVATOR.