Guest-Tek’s Hotel Internet Product Uses Nomadix IP Address, Jury Says

By Craig Clough (Nov 30, 2021, 10:16 p.m. EST) – A computer networking expert told a California federal jury on Tuesday that network device maker Guest-Tek’s product for connecting hotel guests to internet services uses a patented technology belonging to its rival Nomadix.

Stuart Stubblebine, a computer scientist hired by Nomadix to analyze One View Internet, the Guest-Tek product used in thousands of hotels and hospitality areas, told the jury that in addition to examining the source code of Guest- Tek, he also visited four hotels that use her, two in Southern California and two in Florida.

“They’re pretty much the same,” Stubblebine said of three of Nomadix’s patented claims for redirect and how Guest-Tek …

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