Prysmian Group Files Two Legal Proceedings for Patents' Infringements against Competitor to Protect R&D Investments

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Monday, October 26, 2020

So as to protect its technology and investment against any unauthorized use of its patents, Prysmian has filed patent infringement cases in relation with the unauthorized use of Prysmian's European Patents EP1668392 B1 ("EP '392") and EP 2390700 B1 ("EP '700"), in Germany. The two complaints were filed in front of the District Court of Munich.

FREMONT, CA: Prysmian Group, a global leader in the energy and telecom cable systems industry, declared the filing of two legal proceedings against a competitor company in the field of telecom cables. As an industry leader dedicated to the supply and promotion of innovative products as the key component for future-proof broadband networks, the Group has undertaken intense R&D activities and big investments during the years, and its telecom cables can now boast the industry record for fiber density and count, with many innovative patents filed in the optical cables and related technologies field.

So as to protect its technology and investment against any unauthorized use of its patents, Prysmian has filed patent infringement cases in relation with the unauthorized use of Prysmian's European Patents EP1668392 B1 ("EP '392") and EP 2390700 B1 ("EP '700"), in Germany. The two complaints were filed in front of the District Court of Munich.

The European Patent EP '392 relates to telecommunication optical cables, and particularly, to a telecommunication optical cable with a highly reduced diameter.

The European Patent EP '700 relates to optical fiber telecommunications cables, in particular bundled cable units containing optical fibers.