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***6/14/17 UOIP/ChanBond Update Below***

 

UnifiedOnline, Inc.

4126 Leonard Dr. - Suite 111
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (816) 979-1893



UOIP CEO Robert M. Howe III

Mr. Robert M. Howe III, also Known as Rob, has been the President and Secretary at UnifiedOnline, Inc. since April 23, 2014 and has been its Chief Executive Officer since May 2014. Mr. Howe serves as the President of Montgomery Goodwin Investments LLC. He has been the Managing Partner of private investment firm, Highnote Ventures since 2011. His experience spans more than 35 years in the fields of information technology and business consulting services and has spent 35 years as an executive, founder, advisor and investor in technology related products and services firms across the globe. From September 2000 to May 2006, Mr. Howe served as a Consultant to technology firms, both independently and in collaboration with Sightline Group, in connection with go-to-market readiness. He is an active angel investor in several consulting and Internet services companies. Mr. Howe received a BBA from Southern Methodist University and an MBA from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business. He graduated with a BA in English from Birmingham-Southern College and MA from Auburn University.

UOIP OTC Markets Company Profile Link: https://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/UOIP/profile

UOIP EDGAR Online Link: http://yahoo.brand.edgar-online.com/default.aspx?cik=1097718
 
 
UnifiedOnline, Inc. (the “Company”) began trading publicly in April 2002.  During the six months ended December 31, 2015 we had three wholly owned operating subsidiaries, Computers & Telecom, Inc. and KCNAP, LLC, (collectively “CTC) and IceWEB Storage Corporation (formerly known as Inline Corporation).  CTC provides wireless and fiber broadband service, co-location space and related services and operates a Network Access Point (“NAP”) where customers directly interconnect with a network ecosystem of partners and customers.  This access to Internet routes provides CTC customers improved reliability and streamlined connectivity while significantly reducing costs by reaching a critical mass of networks within a centralized physical location.  In addition, through our IceWEB Storage Corporation subsidiary we deliver on-line cloud computing application services, other managed services such as Disaster Recovery, Archive Storage, Redundant File Storage, Redundant Broadband Services and Business Continuity Services.CTC operates a wireless internet service business, providing WIMAX broadband to small and medium size businesses in the metro Kansas-City, Missouri area.  In addition, CTC offers the following solutions: (i) premium data center co-location, (ii) interconnection and (iii) exchange and outsourced IT infrastructure services. We leverage our NAP which allows our customers to increase information and application delivery performance while reducing costs.  Our platform enables scalable, reliable and cost-effective co-location, interconnection and traffic exchange thus lowering overall cost and increasing flexibility.
 
On October 27, 2015, the Company acquired 100% of the membership interest ChanBond, LLC (ChanBond), a portfolio of patents that disclose a technology that allows cable companies to provide high-speed data transmission over their existing hybrid-fiber coaxial networks. The Company entered into a purchase agreement with Deirdre Leane and ChanBond, LLC, pursuant to which the Company purchased Chanbond, in exchange for $5,000,000 payable on or before October 27, 2020 and a shares payment of forty-four million, seven hundred thousand (44,700,000) shares of the Company’s common stock.  William R. Carter, Jr. (a related party to the Company) was appointed as sole manager who shall have sole and exclusive authority over the business of ChanBond.   ChanBond consists of a portfolio of patents that disclose a technology that allows cable companies to provide high-speed data transmission over their existing hybrid-fiber coaxial networks. The purchase of ChanBond included the acquisition of intangibles currently valued at $5,223,500. The initial accounting for the business combination of ChanBond with the Company is not complete as the Company is working on obtaining valuation reports to support amounts. The Company may record possible contingent assets due to lawsuits to which ChanBond is a plaintiff.

 
https://search.rpxcorp.com/ent/969818-chanbond-llc


ChanBond contends that virtually every cable multi-system operator (MSO) in the U.S. utilizing DOCSIS 3.0+ is infringing upon its patents, accordingly on September 21, 2015 ChanBond filed lawsuits in U.S. District Court in Delaware against the 13 largest cable MSOs in the country.



Unified Online, Inc. also owns IceWEB. IceWeb is #1 in Unified Data Storage for Cloud and Virtual Environments. IceWEB manufactures award-winning, high performance unified data storage appliances with IceWEB´s proprietary IceSTORM™ storage management software, providing enterprise storage management capabilities at a fraction of the price of traditional providers. Through thin provisioning, target deduplication and inline compression, IceWEB´s unified storage arrays enable standardization, consolidation and optimized storage utilization for virtual and cloud environments, saving up to 90% of storage costs, while reducing space, power, and cooling requirements and simplifying storage management.  

https://www.linkedin.com/company/iceweb



***6/14/17 Article on UOIP/ChanBond Court Case: The Story of ChanBond's Fight for its Patent Infringement*** 


 
http://www.eprfinancialnews.com/2017/06/14/7833-the-story-of-chanbonds-fight-for-its-patent-infringement/

 

Fairfax, VA, Jun-14-2017 — /EPR Financial News/ — ChanBond is currently owned by UnifiedOnline (UOIP) and it is in a legal fight with the 13 cable service providers in the country. The important point to understand is that ChanBond has patented a system of frequency distribution, which is unique and dissimilar to the way Cisco describes its RF frequency use.

This means that the company is able to present the fact that all cable service providers that are employing the DOCSIS 3.0+ technology are infringing its patents. ChanBond took it a step further when it filed against the largest cable multi-system operators (MSOs) in the country in the District Court of Delaware.

These companies use high-speed transmission of data of fiber-coaxial hybrid networks using a technology which comes under the patents of ChanBond. Cisco has already attempted to deny their claims by filing to get the ChanBond patents invalidated.

However, the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) rejected all six petitions from Cisco that asked for reviewing of ChanBond’s patents. PTAB officials indicated that Cisco failed to show that these patents are invalid since the patent company was able to show that they are unique from other patents. Here are the details of the patents under review.

Patent 8,341,679

This patent describes the use of an intelligent system which can distribute digital signals using a wideband signal distribution setup.

Patent 8,894,565

This patent describes the supplementary setup details such as the insertion device and the driving unit. It also includes the rotating tubular member.

ChanBond Wins at PTAB

ChanBond has successfully won a favor delivered by PTAB when it declared that Cisco and different cable companies (RPX) have failed to show that UOIP’s relevant patents should be considered as redundant and invalid. The board clearly expressed that the patents are clearly distinct and there are no grounds to discuss their invalidation.

If we look at the history of this situation, we find that as ChanBond filed against the 13 major cable companies, they had to stop the court proceedings. They decided to challenge the actual patents with the governing body of PTAB. However, their hopes are now severely dented since the board has clearly ruled in favor of ChanBond/UOIP. They now face an uphill battle in any legal setting since this decision is admissible evidence in all courts of the United States.

It is important to understand that ChanBond now holds a key element in all their court cases. The current order provides a proposition for the involved parties to reach a settlement. A look at the official documents also reveal that the court has specifically mentioned that the evidences presented in the court about the technical details of the protocols employed by cable companies fully failed to present that these patents were invalid.

In fact, PTAB found that not only are these patents active, the current methods employed in the industry may be in violation of these patents since they employ their specifically defined methods.

The best way to go about it now is for the cable companies to find a settlement within the appeal which is going on to PTAB, rather than allowing the focus to shift on the court cases in Delaware, which are started by ChanBond/UOIP.

Technical Details of the Case

There are several important details of the petition in PTAB which was filed for 31 claims on November 20, 2015. The patent owner responded using the preliminary response method on March 10, 2016. The court initially found out that the RPX Corporate may have at least a single challenged claim, and proceeded further. ChanBond then filed its Patent Owner’s Response which is a detailed response that describes the details of the patent and how it maintains its originality. RPX in turn, responded with a reply.

The oral hearing on this important dispute occurred on January 30, 2017 and the hearing was also entered into the record. The court adjourned that it held the required jurisdiction and found that the evidence presented by RPX was not sufficient to demonstrate that claims 1-31 were unpatentable according to the laws of 35 USC 102(b) and 103(a).

The DOCSIS 1.1.4 was the main pillar of the claim presented by the cable companies. The court discovered that the concept of a digital stream comprising of multiple coded RF signals was similar in its definition in terms of ChanBond as well as the opposing RPX.

The Court also observed in cases where multiple patents and conditions are under review, it is essential to follow the market practices in order to find relevance. Explicit analysis is essential in such cases, and this too, was the basis of resolving this particular dispute.

RPX suggested that the modern cable modems followed the code already described as the national standard at the time of the application of the ChanBond patents. However, ChanBond asserted that there is no record to show that any national standard was in place at the time of the patents that describe digital stream transmission.

The court summarized that RPX as claimants had to bear the burden of proof. They failed to show that any skilled artisan would have used the same technique as explained in the patents of ChanBond/UOIP. The technological perspective presented by RPX failed to establish that there was any industry practice to use the modem configuration and the set of devices described in the patents of ChanBond in a traditional manner. The court declared that if parties want to seek a judicial review, then they would have to serve the requirements of 37 CFR 90.2.

Effect on UOIP Stocks

Although it is difficult to predict the stock prices as they keep changing over time., we find that being involved in a serious lawsuit can often send the stock prices on a downward spiral. However, there are times when this does not happen, especially if the lawsuit is not well-known or comes from quarters not considered as industry specific. Nevertheless, prior experience shows that winning lawsuits more often than not, produces a positive effect on stock prices.

UnifiedOnline (UOIP) stocks are going to do well over the next few months. They have won this major case in PTAB, and they can now aggressively push the cable companies and Cisco to enter a mutual settlement worth millions of dollars.

The volume of sales of UOIP stocks has been clearly on the rise. Although we may observe some corrections over the next few weeks, it is imperative to note that the stock prices will remain on the high, as investors actively seek to make use of this winning opportunity. This is because the resolution of lawsuits in a positive manner decrease the fear factor among market investors and allow them to be more liberal with the company stocks.

They are more eager to hold on to such stocks, which ultimately provide support to the company. As this particular lawsuit and legal position suits the general position of ChanBond/UOIP, it is natural to find that the stocks will keep rising up. As the news emerges and becomes well known in investors, UOIP will continue to perform positively and reach a better financial position in the next fiscal year.

UOIP Stocks will also soar, since there is a chance now for an expensive settlement. This will provide ChanBond/UOIP with greater monetary resources. This means that they will further expand their operations and continue to excel in the near future.




RECENT ARTICLES ON LITIGATION:

https://www.law360.com/articles/907966/ptab-nixes-six-cisco-ipr-petitions-over-networking-patents

http://www.natlawreview.com/article/chanbond-avoids-institution-six-cisco-ipr-petitions
 

PTAB Nixes Six Cisco IPR Petitions Over Networking Patents

By Kelcee Griffis

Law360, New York (March 30, 2017, 5:59 PM EDT) -- The Patent Trial and Appeal Board has denied six petitions for inter partes review launched by Cisco Systems Inc., shooting down the company’s bid to invalidate two high-speed networking patents held by ChanBond LLC. In declining to review the two relevant patents, the PTAB said Wednesday that Cisco failed to show that the patents are likely invalid after ChanBond asserted the patents against a group of telecom companies. ChanBond has been active in asserting the patents against major cable companies including Charter Communications Inc., Time Warner Cable Inc., Comcast Corp. and others, court records show. In response, Cisco filed six separate IPR challenges with the Patent Trial and Appeal Board in September 2016. Now, the PTAB says Cisco has not proved that it can be successful in invalidating the challenged claims. Both of the challenged patents cover a “system and method for distribution of digital signals onto, and off of, a wideband signal distribution system,” according to case documents. Andrea Pacelli, an attorney with Mishcon de Reya New York LLP who represented ChanBond, told Law360 on Thursday that the board’s decision focused on two elements: claims construction regarding the term “RF channel” and analysis of potential prior art references that Cisco had put forth. The board found that the term “RF channel” should be given the "broadest reasonable interpretation." As such, it does not include “code channels” such as data streams and only applies to frequency bands. The PTAB also said that asserted prior art references can’t be combined to reach the patents at issue. “We agree with patent owner that petitioner does not show adequately that any of the cited portions of the prior art references teach modulating digital information into at least two separate RF channels as required by each of the challenged claims,” the board said. Robert Whitman, ChanBond lead attorney, said in a Thursday statement that the company was pleased that the PTAB agreed with ChanBond "on virtually all issues." “The board’s decision confirms the strength of ChanBond’s patents,” he said. Counsel for Cisco declined to comment Thursday. The patents-in-suit are U.S. Patent Nos. 8,341,679 and 8,894,565. ChanBond is represented by Robert Whitman, Timothy Rousseau, Andrea Pacelli and John Petrsoric of Mishcon de Reya New York LLP. Cisco is represented by Wayne Stacy and Kathryn Juffa of Baker Botts LLPThe cases are Cisco Systems Inc. v. ChanBond LLC, case nos. IPR2016-01889/IPR2016-01890/IPR2016-01898/IPR2016-0189/IPR2016-01899/IPR2016-01900, before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board. --Editing by Sara Ziegler
 

LINK TO CHANBOND CASE INFORMATION ON PACERMONITOR.COM:

https://www.pacermonitor.com/public/case/9426386/ChanBond,_LLC_v_Atlantic_Broadband_Group,_LLC
Delaware District Court
Judge: Richard G Andrews
Case #: 1:15-cv-00842
  Nature of Suit 830 Property Rights - Patent
Cause 35:271 Patent Infringement
                           Case Filed:       Sep 21, 2015
   
 

The number of shares of the registrant’s Common Stock, $.001 par value:

Outstanding at February 15, 2016 was: 1,011,928,504

Insider ownership per filing: 903,325,954

Possible Settlement Amounts / Outstanding Shares:

$10 million settlement: $0.01 PPS
$50 million settlement: $0.05 PPS
$250 million settlement: $0.25 PPS
$500 million settlement: $0.50 PPS

 

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#36059  Sticky Note Marvell Vs CMU: Marvell settles for 750 mil sexysamir 07/26/17 01:29:53 PM
#35537  Sticky Note $$$ UOIP $$$ Load & hold till settlement Public KeepItRealistic 07/07/17 10:53:30 PM
#33853  Sticky Note RECENT UOIP/CHANBOND WINS and what they mean for Monte_Cristo 06/18/17 10:59:07 AM
#36818   He doesnt even have any insight anymore just AllinFun 08/21/17 06:37:40 PM
#36817   Wow!!! jimr1717 once again we can all 00dylanplott 08/21/17 06:36:19 PM
#36816   .0001 soon jimr1717 08/21/17 05:32:49 PM
#36815   Seems to be holding it's own, but MMs easyme 08/21/17 05:15:39 PM
#36814   Trading in a new channel now .002x - .003x KeepItRealistic 08/21/17 04:56:54 PM
#36813   Hate that this has flatlined....for the most part....Need ahall 08/21/17 04:11:47 PM
#36812   Again, no. Nobody has ever been able to JMH14865 08/21/17 08:01:05 AM
#36811   Totally possible! Patience will pay off. easyme 08/21/17 06:01:22 AM
#36810   Cisco's 2017 financials state the company spend 4.3 hillbilly surfer 08/20/17 07:13:36 PM
#36809   Sorry that was the wrong document. It just MMGA2017 08/20/17 01:46:39 AM
#36808   Post the document again. I_Am_Ram 08/19/17 09:57:07 PM
#36807   Haven't read it yet. I'm camping. I'll read MMGA2017 08/19/17 05:28:24 PM
#36806   Just tell us...was it good or bad for UOIP? rockie101 08/19/17 04:52:28 PM
#36804   What did the document say. Can't get Evilbean 08/19/17 03:14:17 PM
#36802   Exactly, but I wouldn't mind if it fell Ivegotanace2 08/19/17 12:38:23 PM
#36801   Anybody who studies the DD here knows the easyme 08/19/17 12:28:54 PM
#36800   .0001? I sure hope so. What it taking Ivegotanace2 08/18/17 08:50:53 PM
#36799   So true. We will be golden here. Patience easyme 08/18/17 05:26:49 PM
#36798   Shotsky: Worthy of being a "Sticky Post". Scruffer 08/18/17 03:18:37 PM
#36797   Would love that, would be super billionaire when Omirag 08/18/17 12:01:58 PM
#36796   WHow could anybody reading the DD here not easyme 08/18/17 11:13:16 AM
#36795   Good grab .0025/26 seems to be the sweet spot Large KeepItRealistic 08/18/17 10:49:17 AM
#36794   good answer dshade 08/18/17 10:47:51 AM
#36793   Good luck! It's taken a week for MMGA2017 08/18/17 10:24:49 AM
#36792   .0001 Soon jimr1717 08/18/17 10:02:25 AM
#36791   Ok, I'm gonna load the .001's then $$$$$$$ Ivegotanace2 08/17/17 10:45:32 PM
#36790   I am going to load the wagon at .0009 Rapture2020 08/17/17 08:12:52 PM
#36789   I've been here for quite a while, accumulating. easyme 08/17/17 04:48:03 PM
#36788   Excellent. Outstanding. Superb. Marvelous. Fantastic. Scruffer 08/17/17 02:30:36 PM
#36787   Cisco sells the equipment that is used by shotsky 08/17/17 12:44:19 PM
#36786   Well Scruffer...That's an excellent question. Scruffer 08/17/17 11:02:18 AM
#36785   Sell today and thank me later jimr1717 08/17/17 10:45:02 AM
#36784   Stupid question since latecomer. Scruffer 08/17/17 09:56:38 AM
#36783   I am starting to get the hang of zombywolf 08/17/17 09:01:39 AM
#36782   Well said zomby. I usually don't agree Gm1850 08/17/17 08:23:56 AM
#36781   Hard to say what the value of the zombywolf 08/17/17 07:30:24 AM
#36780   I'd be very happy with that number. I'd I_Am_Ram 08/17/17 01:05:24 AM
#36779   My impression is this has just turned into I_Am_Ram 08/17/17 01:02:00 AM
#36778   If it doesn't turn to 3 weeks after I_Am_Ram 08/17/17 12:59:24 AM
#36777   Most likely? I think they win the IPR I_Am_Ram 08/17/17 12:57:23 AM
#36776   It'll be bought out by then I_Am_Ram 08/17/17 12:55:30 AM
#36775   500 million would like .50 cent a share....I rockie101 08/17/17 12:34:48 AM
#36774   Gonna need at least 2.5 million shares to zombywolf 08/16/17 11:24:28 PM
#36773   Anybody know if UOIP is earning any revs zombywolf 08/16/17 11:10:44 PM
#36772   There's no garantee that .0001 will happen but Ivegotanace2 08/16/17 11:07:51 PM
#36771   Delayed 2023 jimr1717 08/16/17 08:44:07 PM
#36770   That is an easy one, jr. WE 24d 08/16/17 08:41:07 PM
#36769   This stock is going to .0001 jimr1717 08/16/17 08:26:21 PM
#36768   God I hope so. I'd buy $30,000 Gm1850 08/16/17 03:40:08 PM
#36767   This stock is going to be a roller hillbilly surfer 08/16/17 03:23:45 PM
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