As future technologies that enable connectivity will increasingly rely on patented technology standards, IP professionals should not only consider information retrieved from patent filing data, but also analyze standardization data, such as patent declarations and standards contributions. With multiple reports published by many different entities on 5G it is hard to know who to believe, as there is little transparency about where the data comes from and what types of analysis were applied to retrieve the results let alone how to try to reproduce any of such analysis yourself. Most of the time understanding these areas of SEPs, standards, and patents requires access to multiple databases, valuable time of your subject matter experts as well as in- and outside counsel. In the end, it can appear that you are spending way more resources on gathering the data rather than gaining actionable knowledge from it to understand what it means to your business, your portfolio, and your strategy. In this webinar, provide you with best-in-class techniques for understanding the world of 5G such a straightforward way, that even you will have the time and skills to do it.
From this webinar recording you will learn:
- Who holds the leadership position for declared SEPs in 5G and how did leadership change with ongoing standards development over time?
- What are similarities and differences in declared SEP top portfolio owners between 4G and the new 5G?
- What does 3GPP contribution data tell us about the SEP portfolio leaders for 4G and 5G? Can contribution leadership predict patent leadership?
- Why using algorithmic-based techniques for essentiality rates and patent essentiality prediction can get us even closer to knowing what is truly essential for 5G or 4G without draining our time or our resources.
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