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What makes a patent valuable:

  1. Commercialization Opportunities: A valuable patent should have opportunities for commercialization, whether through licensing, partnerships, or the development of products and services based on the patented technology. It should be economically viable to bring the invention to market and generate returns on investment.

  2. Strategic Importance: Patents can hold strategic value for companies by providing leverage in negotiations, creating barriers to entry for competitors, or signaling technological leadership in a particular field.

  3. Market Potential: A valuable patent should pertain to an invention with substantial market demand or potential. It may address a pressing need in the market, offer a competitive advantage, or have the potential to disrupt existing industries.

  4. Scope of Protection: The patent's claims should be broad enough to cover potential variations or alternative implementations of the invention, yet specific enough to distinguish it from prior art and competitors' products or technologies.

  5. Enforceability: The patent should be enforceable, meaning that its claims are clear and sufficiently supported by the description and drawings provided in the patent application. This ensures that the patent can withstand legal challenges and be effectively defended in case of infringement.

Who is best to judge the technical aspects of all of the above? Our team of Subject Matter Experts have been evaluating the technical merit of patents for many years. Our team has developed thousands of claim charts over the years, many of them withstanding the rigors of litigation. We have structured a cost-effective program that positions our team to best to provide these answers to your team.


This type of support service has been fundamental to SIPI since the beginning. Our founder got his start in the IP Services business doing semiconductor technical research to support offensive and defensive patent litigation efforts for the top semiconductor companies in the U.S. These services have changed dramatically over the years. For rmore information on our complete service offering please click here


When SIPI was founded over 15 years ago, patent licensing was evolving rapidly. In the high technology sector, there were a handful of large companies that that generated substantial revenues using this model; That is no longer the case. We have been fortunate to be involved with many companies that have contributed to the evolution of this marketplace. Our team of executives and subject matter experts work in this space on a daily basis. For rmore information on our complete service offering please click here

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