IAM Market lists new Hewlett Packard Enterprise IP/tech for sale By CIOReview Team

IAM Market lists new Hewlett Packard Enterprise IPtech for sale

CIOReview Team | Monday, 02 January 2017, 05:12 IST

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IAM Market, the growing online marketplace that brings together buyers, sellers and licensers of valuable intellectual property assets, patents and technology announces today the addition of six new IP/tech listings covering a wide range of innovations by US multinational company Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

The new listings cover a vast array of IP/tech for cloud infrastructure, Internet of Things, network and cybersecurity, set-top box, smart cars and navigation and wireless networks.

Included are patents related to a plethora of technologies such as virtualisation, cloning of virtual machines, home automation, wearable devices, network communication, network and cyber security, device encryption, bandwidth allocation, cable telephony, telematics, navigation, WiFi, Bluetooth and much more.

“With eight different industries and seven technologies represented within these latest listings by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, we are pleased to see such exciting new IP/tech added to our burgeoning platform,” said Gavin Stewart, managing director of IAM Market.

Potential buyers who wish to view these portfolios at https://portal.iam-market.com/user/73/iptech and other intellectual property for sale, license or tech transfer on the IAM Market site.

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