This is where it gets interesting, the ramifications of the 3 new patents, if granted. Will they be for new software? That would be extremely exciting. More likely, probably, is that they signal major improvements to the existing products. In that case, will they actually make the "legacy" brands obsolete? And if that happens, or even in the case of significant improvements, why will ACS pay anything for yesterday's news? Maybe that's what they've been waiting on, to see what happens with the patents. And what will that do to existing deals which incorporate current software?
It's a little disheartening to keep reading about how we should have won the patent litigation. It's sort of like insisting your team should have won the Super Bowl if not for the bad calls by the terrible refs. The game is over either way and we're on to the next thing. Our patents are good, they've just been ruled, several times, to cover a narrower range of IP than we had hoped.
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