OTI Files Patent Infringement Suit Against T-Mobile

On Track Innovations Ltd.
OTIV
today announced the filing of a patent infringement lawsuit alleging that T-Mobile USA, Inc. sells Near Field Communication enabled phones that infringe OTI's U.S. Patent No. 6,045,043. NFC technology enables contactless payments with mobile phones, loyalty programs, data mining, and other applications. The lawsuit is pending in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, Case No. 12-CV-2224. This patent is part of OTI's extensive intellectual property portfolio, including over 100 issued patents and pending patent applications encompassing product applications, software platforms, system and product architecture, product concepts and more in the fields of Near Field Communications, contactless payments, secure ID, petroleum and parking solutions.

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