As those working in the patent industry well know, millions of patent applications are filed around the world every year, with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), for example, reporting 3.1 million worldwide patent applications in 2016. Of course, some of these applications are denied, and over time, some patents are abandoned. Still, this leaves millions of patents in
Starting on December 3, 2018, InQuartik is proud to announce enhanced data for two of Patentcloud’s most popular products--Patent Search Premium (PSP) and Quality Insights (QI). PSP now includes patent assignment data for the China market, enabling Premium subscribers to search for numbers of reassignments, assignors, and assignees with just one-click. PSP subscribers can now also run advanced Matrix analyses of
Learn how Design Search revolutionized the patent search industry with image-based, computer-vision technology. The year was 2015, and InQuartik’s dedicated research and development (R&D) team was hard at work developing a Semantic Search feature, which can be found in Patentcloud’s Patent Search and Quality Insights today. As they worked on this feature, they began to have some insights into the challenges that many users faced
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InQuartik is proud to announce important new enhancements to select features in two of Patentcloud’s most popular products--Patent Search Premium (PSP) and Quality Insights (QI). Introduced on November 5, 2018, these new upgrades have made Patentcloud simpler, more powerful, and even more user-friendly. Patent Search Premium’s new enhanced features include Comprehensive Patent Data Collections, Corporate Tree Optimization, Collapse Selections
It has been called the biggest tech IPO since Snap was listed on the New York Stock Exchange in March of 2017. On March 23, Dropbox saw its stock open at $29 a share on the company’s first day of trading on the Nasdaq, with the company’s initial market capitalization reaching more than $12 billion. As had been widely reported earlier in the year, Dropbox filed
When most people hear about non-practicing entities, or NPEs, the first thing that often comes to mind is a “patent troll.” In fact, this phrase has become such a part of popular culture today that an episode from season 4 of the popular HBO comedy series Silicon Valley dealt with this subject and was entitled “The Patent Troll.” And it is
In Part I of this blog post, we took a closer look at the various types of non-practicing entities (NPEs) that exist today. This range encompasses everything from the minority “patent trolls” that are disproportionately well known in popular culture to the majority of legitimate NPEs that are not as well known to the public. Since NPEs, generally speaking, seem to