CUPERTINO, California, September 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --
Roamware, Inc., the global leader in mobile operator service solutions today announced that a judgment of non-infringement of Starhome GmbH's U.S. Patents (Numbers 6,920,487 and 7,231,431) has been entered in favor of Roamware, based on the Delaware District Court's claim construction ruling. The litigation was filed by Starhome against Roamware and Roamware's U.S. customers. The judgment dismissed with prejudice Starhome's claims.
"This litigation has been ongoing for over two years and we are pleased with the Court's recent rulings," said Kirk Williams, Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for Roamware. "We are confident that the Court correctly decided the issue and we are prepared for any appeal."
Roamware is an innovation leader in the mobile operator service solutions space with over 75 patents granted in various jurisdictions around the world in the past 10 years. Roamware is an industry-recognized pioneer in areas such as traffic redirection (steering of roaming), customer experience management, virtual home experience, quality of experience monitoring and testing, multi-number technologies as well as new areas such as LTE Roaming and M2M.
About Roamware, Inc.
Roamware, Inc. is the global leader in mobile operator service solutions with a customer base of over 530 mobile operators across 160 countries. Roamware has an estimated 60 percent share of the roaming value added services market, specializing in steering, data roaming, Big Data business intelligence, CEM QoS, LTE, M2M and regulatory compliance for operators to help them increase revenue, reduce cost and compete with disruptive technologies. Roamware is headquartered in Cupertino, California with sales and operations worldwide. http://www.roamware.com
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