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Viseon sues VCON for patent infringement

Says VCON used Viseon video conferencing technology

Viseon Video Conferencing yesterday announced intentions to file a lawsuit against Israeli VCON (Nouveau Marche:022021), claiming the company violated a Viseon video conferencing patent.

Viseon, traded in the U.S. at a $12 million market cap, sells its technology to TASE-listedPolycom (Nasdaq:PLCM) and Ivron Systems, recently acquired by Gentner (Nasdaq:GTNR).

VCON develops and manufactures visual communication on IP network solutions. Centered in Israel, the company markets its products and services through a global network of distributors with whom it signed OEM agreements. The company's video conferencing products are used mainly by businesses and government organizations, and for distance learning.

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