"We are very proud to have reached this milestone." - Esmael Dinan, CEO and President
RESTON, Va. (PRWEB) July 12, 2019
Ofinno, LLC, an innovator of wireless communications technologies, announced the filing of its one-thousandth patent application, European Patent Application No. 18733392.7 titled “Packet Duplication Control.”
This 5G Standard Essential technology was jointly invented by Ofinno researchers Alireza Babaei, PhD., Esmael Dinan, PhD., Kyungmin Park, PhD., and Hyoungsuk Jeon, PhD. Controlling Packet Duplication enhances Ultra-Reliable Low Latency Communications (URLLC) for applications related to autonomous driving, factory automation, remote surgery, and Internet of Things (IoT). “We are very proud to have reached this milestone,” said Esmael Dinan, CEO and President at Ofinno. “Standard Essential patents like this solve difficult technological issues faced by the wireless industry. We look forward to making continued contributions to the development of future wireless technologies.”
“This patent application is representative of the numerous patented technologies developed at Ofinno by our growing teams of expert researchers. Based on our current rate of technological development, we expect to file at least 400 patents this year,” said David Grossman, Vice President of Intellectual Property.
Ofinno, LLC, a research and development lab based in northern Virginia, that specializes in inventing and patenting future technologies. Ofinno’s researchers create technologies that address some of the most important issues faced by wireless device users and the carriers that serve them. Ofinno’s inventions have an impressive 67% utilization rate. Ofinno’s research involves technologies such as 5G Radio and Core networks, IoT, V2X, and ultra-reliable low latency communications. Our innovators not only create the technologies, they are in charge of the entire process from design to the time the technology is sold. For more information about Ofinno, please visit http://www.ofinno.com.
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