Greetings to all the MCPaIRSTM subscribers. In this first quarter of 2017, Molecular Connections is pleased to bring to you its latest edition of MCPaIRSTM newsletter. This issue intends to furnish you the detailed analysis of patent data, along with some interesting new patents published in this quarter.
In this quarter (Jan - Mar, 2017), Indian Patent Office (IPO) has published around 5934 patent applications and granted 2305 patents.
A detailed patent analysis of the first quarter of 2017, shows QUALCOMM INCORPORATED at the top of the applicant's list by publishing more than 200 patents and inventions on ‘Details of data-processing equipment not covered by groups G06F3/00 - G06F13/00, have gained more focus e.g. cooling, packaging or power supply specially adapted for computer application’, (G06F1/00). You can quickly check the other top applicants, most active inventors and the most focused technology IPC codes in below sections. Click on ‘My MCPaIRSTM ’ to discover more interesting analysis of patent publication patterns for this quarter.
We bring to you a detailed sector analysis chart for LIDAR technology patents compiled from all the patents published in last one year.
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Delhi HC bars Cipla from selling Novartis’ respiratory drug
Novartis had moved the court seeking to permanently restrain Cipla from manufacturing indacaterol in any form and selling it in India, alleging infringement of its patent.
Delhi HC Allows Natco to Export Bayer’s Nexavar under the Bolar Exemption
The Delhi High Court allowed Natco to export Bayer’s patented drug ‘Sorafenib Tosylate’ (for which it was granted a compulsory license in 2012) to China for the purpose of conducting development/ clinical studies and trials.
Nokia 100G optical portfolio supports massive growth for Jio's pan-India 4G network
Nokia has provided its state-of-the-art optical core and metro solution for Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited's (Jio) pan-India 4G LTE network to handle the massive traffic growth fueled by the operator's initiative to build broadband connectivity for all of India. Spanning 90,000 km in one of the biggest 100G deployments in the world, the Nokia transport network allows Jio to offer innovative, high-capacity services to underserved regions in India as well as a nationwide long-distance (NLD) service.
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