The Law Firm; Reichman Jorgensen, LLP Reveals a Victory


(Redwood Shores, CA) Virtualization is the computing act of creating, a virtual version.  The virtual version that is created could be a virtual computer hardware platform, a storage device and/or a computer network resource.  In computing, this practice began in the decade of the 1960s.  The idea was a method that, logically divided the system resources.  These system resources are part of the mainframe computer, and then, the resources are divided amongst different types of applications.  Computing is a term that refers to any activity that uses computers to manage, process and communicate information.  Additionally, computing is also talking about both; hardware and software.  Recently, Reichman Jorgensen, LLP announced that, virtualization was the center of one of its latest lawsuits.  Specifically, the aforementioned law firm revealed that, it has won a verdict against VMware, Inc.  The client and plaintiff was Cirba, Inc. d.b.a. Densify.  The victory is a $236 million USD patent infringement verdict. 
            The $236 million dollar patent infringement verdict, which was secured by Reichman Jorgensen, LLP, is a major victory against a computer software technology giant.  Additionally, the verdict or victory was officially announced on January 24th, 2020.  For the previous nine days, a jury trial had been held.  Judge Leonard P. Stark presided over the case.  This case was held in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.  However and returning to, virtualization, the aforementioned term can also be interchanged with desktop virtualization.  The latter, is a reference about the method of separating the logical desktop, from the physical machine.  Additionally, and from this point there are different types of methods.  One method is the virtual desktop infrastructure (V.D.I.).  The V.D.I. method is an advanced form of hardware virtualization.  Through the use of the V.D.I. method a user can interact with a host computer, from another computer, using a network connection.  L.A.N., wireless L.A.N. and the internet are examples of network connections.  When a server is used, one server is capable of hosting a large amount of virtual machines, at the same time.  When it comes to the use as part of the business operations, a data center environment is needed.  Additionally, software architecture is also needed, in order, to make operable the data center environment. 
            Returning to, the announced won verdict, the aforementioned is for the case Cirba, Inc. et al. v. VMware, Inc.  The case number is or was, 1:19-cv-00742.  As previously said, it was held in the U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware.  The verdict makes permanent the plaintiff’s claim that, VMware, Inc. willfully infringed two of Cirba’s patents.  The two patents are U.S. Patent #8,209,687, and, #9,654,367.  Additionally; these two patents cover virtualization technology that, enables multiple computer systems to run, on a single server.  Obviously, the awarded $236 million dollars is restitution for the damages, which were willfully inflected by VMware, Inc.  Courtland Reichman, Christine E. Lehman, Khue V. Hoang, Shawna Ballard, Jennifer P. Estremera, Wesley L. White, Kate Falkenstien, Ariel C. Green, Michael G. Flanigan, Leaf Williams, Connor S. Houghton, Joachim B. Steinberg, Kenneth L. Dorsney, Gary J. Toman and Peter J. Ayers are all the members of Densify’s legal team.  Additionally; the law firms Morris James, LLP, Weinberg Wheeler Hudgins Gunn & Dial, LLC and the Law Office of Peter J. Ayers, PLLC were also part of Densify’s legal team. 
            To end, Reichman Jorgensen, LLP did release a press statement.  Courtland Reichman is a Co-Founder of Reichman Jorgensen, LLP.  Additionally, he was Densify’s lead counsel.  Through a press statement, Mr. Reichman said the following.  “As we maintained throughout trial, VMware unlawfully used Densify’s intellectual property for its own gain.  We are very pleased with the jury’s verdict and consider it not only a victory for Densify, but a victory for all technology companies who risk being unfairly squeezed out of the market by larger competitors who infringe their valuable inventions.”  As previously stated, Reichman Jorgensen, LLP recently announced that, virtualization was the center of one of its latest lawsuits.  Specifically, the aforementioned law firm revealed that, it has won a verdict against VMware, Inc.  The client and plaintiff was Cirba, Inc. d.b.a. Densify.  The victory is a $236 million USD patent infringement verdict.  Lastly, the verdict or victory was officially announced on January 24th, 2020.  For the previous nine days, a jury trial had been held.

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01/31/2020

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