Patents

Digerati50: Driven by her ‘Amanah’ belief
MDEC CEO not afraid to take risks in order to make big impact, pushes MSC Malaysia companies to be bold, go global.
Stop flogging a dead horse, urges MTDC chief
MTDC CEO Norhalim Yunus urges for closer university-industry collaboration. Best option for companies, especially SMEs to move up value chain.
TM R&D deepens its engagement with TM, industry
With a new CEO at the helm, Dr Sharlene Thiagarajah, TM Research & Development aims to rebrand into vibrant, exciting organisation.
Creating clean and pure energy
A former marine engineer, Arun Chandrasekhar had always harboured a desire to develop a business that helps to solve the planet's environmental problems.
Nokia more cutting-edge, having learned from the past
Nokia’s new president for Asia South talks about how the Alcatel-Lucent integration benefits customers; Nokia’s ability to offer cutting-edge 5G technology, and why a multivendor environment is best for operators.
DNA on BFM: Does owning technology matter?
In this week’s Tech Talk show on BFM Radio, Karamjit Singh is really struck by how an entrepreneur with no domain expertise was able to raise almost US$200 million for his startup while another, who started around the same time and has deep technical expertise and almost 100 patents, has raised around US$10 million.
Free your IP, and make money: Mohan Sawhney
The concept of intellectual property (IP) as a proprietary source of revenue is being challenged by other monetisation models, said renowned scholar and speaker Mohan Sawhney.
Kaspersky patents technology for optimised scanning of network traffic
Kaspersky Lab has successfully patented technology that it claimed enhances the effectiveness of network traffic scanning for the presence of cyber threats.
Why patents are bad: Privatisation of knowledge
Patents have their place, and were certainly crucial to the success of the industrial revolution – but in this day and age, with so many thousands being filed every year, they’re creating fences around knowledge, argues Dr Shawn Tan.
IBM tops patents list, taps three from Malaysia
IBM inventors received a record-setting 6,809 patents for 2013, making it the 21st consecutive year the company topped the annual list of US patent leaders.
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