HTC has filed a counterclaim before Floridian court stating that Apple has violated two of its patents, originally allotted to Hewlett-Packard and Electronic Data Systems, an organization that HP contracted in 2008.
The Taiwanese phone manufacturer is being filed for patent violation by Apple in the court along with Motorola Mobility.
HTC make a point in a filing on Tuesday to the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida it has been allotted all rights, title and interest of U.S. Patent No.7,571,221 (the 221 patent) qualified “Installation of network services in an embedded network server,” which was allotted to HP.
It also claims all rights, title and interest to U.S. Patent No. 7,120,684 (the 684 patent) qualified “way and system for central management of a computer network,” which was appointed to Electronic Data Systems.
HP has an idea for license or sale of its more than 4,000 patents.
HTC has arrogated that products and services of Apple including but not limited to its Remote Desktop, Apple Profile Manager, and/or products and services that works with Apple Remote Desktop and Apple Profile Manager conflict on claims of the ’684 patent.
Apple also has contravened, according to HTC, one or more arrogates of the ’221 patent in consumer products works with the iOS or OS X operating systems, which keep embedded network servers and software and services like Newsstand. The conflicting products include Macs, mobile communications devices such as distinguish versions of the iPhone and mobile computing devices consisting the versions of iPad, it stated.
Apple could not be suddenly reached out for commenting.