Jackson Lin is the Vice President of the WISPRO Group and the firm’s lead consultant. In the past, his expertise is focused on standard essential patents (SEP), cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), natural language search processing, and medical devices.
Mr. Lin specializes in IP management and optimization, R&D management and analysis, patent quality and risk evaluation, patent invalidation analysis, IP deployment planning, IP royalty analysis, and big data analysis. He has consulted numerous multinational enterprises on patent infringement analysis and design-arounds against both practicing and non-practicing entities.
Mr. Lin holds a graduate degree from the Institute of Intellectual Property of National Cheng Chi University.
Intellectual property (IP) management and optimization, R&D management and analysis, patent quality and risk evaluation, patent invalidation analysis, IP deployment planning, IP royalty analysis, and big data analysis. Patent infringement analysis and design-arounds against both practicing and non-practicing entities.
A focus on industrial computing, including cloud computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), automatic identification, search engine, natural language processing, medical equipment/devices (non-invasive sensing technology, minimally invasive surgery), etc., and assistance of clients in the handling of the intelligent property synergy mechanism of multinational R&D bases and process designs, patent invalidation analysis and proposition, the introduction and establishment of intellectual property lifecycle assessment mechanisms, royalties recourse analysis and response, NPE business model and operational process analysis, patent asset inventory and activation, patent risk investigation and response, intellectual property deployment, etc.
“Gaining Insights from SEP Portfolios” – Monthly Report on 5G Trends — April 2019
“China isn’t beating the United States on 5G — yet”
Said AT&T chief Randall Stephenson, revealing how much 5G is a trending topic in the telecommunication industry. The main question is: is it true? To answer it, the first step to take is to look at the core of the matter: patents, or more precisely Standard Essential Patents (SEPs).
“What’s Inside 5G Giants’ SEP Portfolios?”– Monthly Report on 5G Trends — May 2019
Standardization, commercialization, IP monetization, R&D competition or collaboration: SEP stakeholders — whether they are long-standing owners, new entrants in the market, investors, or even potential implementers — all need to know how many SEPs are owned by who in order to support their strategic decision-making.
“A Deep Dive into Intel’s Patent Portfolio Auction”– Monthly Report on 5G Trends — June 2019
The Intel patent auction is definitely a golden opportunity for companies seeking to become leaders in the wireless communications landscape within a very short time. The company has recently announced that its massive wireless patent portfolio — including a big chunk of 5G assets — is now on sale, provoking discussion among the market’s insiders. But what should potential buyers know before stepping into the game?
The Race for 5G — July Update– Monthly Report on 5G Trends — July 2019
As we saw in our previous report, 5G SEP declaration activities have been rising over the last six or seven months. Due to this new trend, we are set to expect a dramatic change in the rankings within a month. To keep up with the latest trends more efficiently, we at WISPRO track and analyze the data retrieved by ETSI on a monthly basis — stay tuned for the latest insights!
The Race for 5G — August Update Monthly Report on 5G Trends — August 2019
So far, the top 10 declarers own almost 95 percent of the 5G SEPs. With the continuous development of 5G, more and more companies are declaring their first 5G SEPs. Keep up-to-date with the latest 5G SEPs trends by following WISPRO, we will continue to provide you with the most accurate and in-depth insights and analysis.
The Race for 5G —September Update Monthly Report on 5G Trends — September 2019
“Not all Standard Essential Patents (SEPs) are actually essential – a phenomenon called over-declaration.”Over-declaration is like a fog that can mislead the public and keep it from seeing the actual truth, e.g., which declared SEPs are actually true SEPs; how many true SEPs exist; and who has declared these true SEPs and who currently owns them.
The Race for 5G — October Update Monthly Report on 5G Trends — October 2019
“With the upcoming commercialization of 5G in 2020, SEP licensees and licensors must pay close attention to the latest 5G SEP trends.”
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