SecureNet Technologies, an international market leader in security-centric IoT solutions, today announced that a federal judge denied Alarm.com’s request for a retrial against SecureNet Technologies. The requested retrial relates to Alarm.com’s claims of patent infringement regarding home security and automation networking.
In February of 2019, a jury found that SecureNet Technologies had not infringed three of Alarm.com’s patents, and therefore no damages were owed to Alarm.com. In March, Alarm.com requested a retrial on the basis that erroneous claim constructions and expert testimony made before the jury led to the noninfringement verdict.
Alarm.com requested a new trial for two of the three patents presented at the original February trial. Ultimately, Judge Andrews ruled that the alleged errors in claim construction and expert testimony did not warrant a new trial.
“In our view, not only did the jury see the facts in our favor but so did Judge Richard Andrews,” stated Andrew Wilson, CEO of SecureNet. “Moving forward, we’re genuinely excited to release our newest initiatives, and we are confident that we will continue to capture tremendous market share. We’re committed to forward-thinking innovation and enjoy competition on the merits of our products.”
For more information regarding the case of Alarm.com Inc v. SecureNet Technologies LLC, please contact SecureNet at email@example.com or call 407.965.1655. For more information regarding SecureNet’s services, please visit www.securenettech.com.
SecureNet Technologies is a global SaaS (Software as a Service) company specializing in professional interactive security, home control and video monitoring applications. They enable the convergence of the IoT and smart-home control by offering customers a single, simple-to-use solution for the management of security and lifestyle eco-systems. Their services are sold exclusively through dealer partners. They enable their partners to innovate in a fast-evolving market, win market share, and grow sustainable, recurring revenue streams.