The following is excerpted from a January 17, 2012 Patexia press release published by PRWeb:
Patexia's new research tools, company and community profiles, and content will bring additional value to Patexia users, offering a breadth of options to explore and find information related to the technology, science and intellectual property industries. With the new updates, Patexia reinforces its goal to be the ultimate support destination for people in the business of innovating.
“Our recently released features make it even easier for industry professionals to connect, collaborate and analyze information. We are excited to introduce these valuable products to our users,” said Pedram Semani, Founder and CEO of Patexia.
With regard to Patexia research features, Dr. Sam Kavusi, Technical Lead of Bosch Research and Technology Center, said, “I really like the Patexia visualization tools. It is convenient and useful to have my relevant patent data graphically presented to me. I can see it being helpful for others who are dealing with patent and intellectual property research.”
Main updates on the website include:
Company IP Portfolios: Users can view company IP portfolio pages, which display a company’s patent information, IP litigation, as well as news updates. Also, members engage in discussions with others, gaining additional insights into a company’s intellectual property.
Patexia Nova: All innovation and IP related content generated by members is now under Patexia’s Nova brand. Nova is a new source for information and updates relating to innovation and IP.
Nova News: The Nova News feed, which delivers content from internal and external sources, now covers innovation news of over 800 corporate and research institutions from the United States, Japan, and Germany.
Community Feature Upgrade: Members can connect with other IP professionals on Patexia more easily through an improved interface.
Patexia Research: Members can access over 7 million US patents and publications that will update weekly (many PDF versions will be available as well). In addition, more than 20,000 searchable US patent lawsuit summaries are available with new cases added daily.