Picosecond Pulse Labs Signs Exclusive Patent License Agreement with Stanford University.
Business Editors/Technology Writers
BOULDER, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 10, 2002
Picosecond One trillionth of a second. Pronounced "pee-co-second." See space/time and ohnosecond.
(unit) picosecond - 10^-12 seconds. Pulse Labs, Inc., a leading designer and manufacturer of components and test instrumentation for high-speed communications systems, announced today it has signed an exclusive worldwide patent license agreement with Stanford University Stanford University, at Stanford, Calif.; coeducational; chartered 1885, opened 1891 as Leland Stanford Junior Univ. (still the legal name). The original campus was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. David Starr Jordan was its first president. to develop, manufacture and commercialize high-speed signal generation, signal acquisition and signal processing See DSP. products for the test and measurement and telecommunication industries.
The patents exclusively licensed under this agreement include U.S. Patent Numbers 4,956,568; 5,014,018; 5,256,996; 5,267,020; and 5,378,939 among others. This patent suite provides Picosecond with exclusive rights to develop a wide range of high bandwidth products based on nonlinear transmission line technologies, subject to certain rights held by the patent holders.
"We're excited about the new product possibilities presented in this intellectual property. This patent suite has important technology implications for high-speed signal transport components and test instruments," said Clayton Smith, Picosecond's Vice President of Engineering.
About Picosecond Pulse Labs
Picosecond Pulse Labs, Inc., a privately held corporation Noun 1. privately held corporation - a corporation owned by a few people; shares have no public market
close corporation, closed corporation, private corporation located in Boulder, CO, is a leading designer and manufacturer of components and test and measurement equipment for high-speed communications systems. Founded in 1980 by Dr. James R. Andrews as a spin-off from the National Bureau of Standards National Bureau of Standards: see National Institute of Standards and Technology.
National Bureau of Standards - National Institute of Standards and Technology (now NIST (National Institute of Standards & Technology, Washington, DC, www.nist.gov) The standards-defining agency of the U.S. government, formerly the National Bureau of Standards. It is one of three agencies that fall under the Technology Administration (www.technology. ), Picosecond has a 20-year legacy of innovation in metrology and ultra-broadband design. The company's components, which are integrated into fiber optic transmission equipment, are purchased by major telecommunications systems vendors worldwide and provide a unique combination of high reliability and superior performance. Picosecond is ISO (1) See ISO speed.
(2) (International Organization for Standardization, Geneva, Switzerland, www.iso.ch) An organization that sets international standards, founded in 1946. The U.S. member body is ANSI. 9001 certified. For additional information, call 303-443-1249; write to 2500 55th Street, Boulder, CO 80301 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit www.picosecond.com.