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  1. 2012.01.14 [글로벌] IBM, 19년 연속 미국 특허 등록 1위, 삼성은 부동의 2위.

IBM은 Top Ten 2011 Patent Leaders지난 미국에서 2011년 6180건의 특허등록으로 1위, 삼성은 4894건으로 2위를 기록했다.
이로서 IBM은 19년 연속 미국 특허등록 1위를 유지하고 있다.

3위인 캐논은 2821건 등록으로 삼성보다 2000건 정도 적다.
삼성의 2위 위치는 상당 기간 유지될 듯.

IBM은 미국의 46개주와 전세계 36개국에 상주하는 8000명 이상의  연구원(IBMers)들이 있었기에 가능했다고 말한다. 특허등록 건들 중 26%는 외국 주재 발명가들에 의한 것이라고..

특허 기술들은 상거래, 쇼핑, 의약, 수송 등 폭넓은 분야를 커버한다.

19 Years of IBM Patents















주요 특허들은..
U.S. Patent #8,019,992: Method for granting user privileges in electronic commerce security domains
U.S. Patent #8,037,000: Systems and methods for automated interpretation of analytic procedures
U.S. Patent #8,005,773: System and method for cortical simulation 
U.S. Patent #7,882,219: Deploying analytic functions




IBM Breaks U.S. Patent Record; Tops Patent List for 19th Consecutive Year

IBM inventors received more than 6,000 patents in 2011


ARMONK, N.Y. - 11 Jan 2012: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that it set a new U.S. patent record in 2011, marking the 19th consecutive year that the company has led the annual list of patent recipients. IBM inventors earned a record 6,180 U.S. patents in 2011, more than quadrupling Hewlett-Packard’s issuances and exceeding by six times those of Oracle/Sun.

More than 8,000 IBMers residing in 46 different U.S. states and 36 countries are responsible for the company's record-breaking 2011 patent tally. IBM inventors who reside outside the U.S. contributed to more than 26% of the company's 2011 patents.

2011 U.S. Patent Leaders*

1. IBM 6,180
2. Samsung 4,894
3. Canon 2,821
4. Panasonic 2,559
5. Toshiba 2,483
6. Microsoft 2,311
7. Sony 2,286
8. Seiko Epson 1,533
9. Hon Hai 1,514
10. Hitachi 1,465

*Data provided by IFI CLAIMS Patent Services

The more than 6,000 patents IBMers received in 2011 represent a range of inventions that enable new innovations and add significant value to the company's products, services, including smarter solutions for retail, banking, healthcare, transportation and other industries. These patented inventions also span a wide range of computing technologies poised to support a new generation of more cognitive, intelligent and insight-driven systems, processes and infrastructures for smarter commerce, shopping, medicine, transportation, and more.

"IBM's commitment to invention and scientific exploration is unmatched in any industry and the results of this dedication to enabling innovation is evidenced in our nearly two decades of U.S. patent leadership,” said Ken King, general manager, Intellectual Property and vice president, Research Business Development, IBM. “The inventions we patent each year deliver significant value to IBM, our clients and partners and demonstrate a measurable return on our approximately $6 billion annual investment in research and development.”

IBM's record-breaking 2011 patent output features many interesting and important inventions, such as:

· U.S. Patent #8,019,992: Method for granting user privileges in electronic commerce security domains – This patented invention helps IBM WebSphere Commerce software customers reduce administration and resource costs by providing a flexible authentication and authorization mechanism across multiple online stores. The capability enables shoppers and administrators to have access to individual online stores or seamlessly access multiple online stores managed by the same company. It also is a key feature in enabling multiple companies to run on a single instance of WebSphere Commerce. Patent #8,019,992 was issued to IBM inventors Victor Chan, Darshanand Khusial, Lev Mirlas and Wesley Philip.

· U.S. Patent #8,037,000: Systems and methods for automated interpretation of analytic procedures – This invention describes a method for dynamically constructing natural language explanations of analytic results using templates defined by domain experts. Patent #8,037,000 was issued to IBM inventors Robert Delmonico, Tamir Klinger, Bonnie Ray, Padmanabhan Santhanam and Clay Williams.

· U.S. Patent #8,005,773: System and method for cortical simulation – This patented invention describes a method for developing a computerized brain simulation system that can mimic the cognitive systems and function of the cortex of the brain. IBM has fabricated working prototypes of experimental computer chips designed to emulate the brain’s abilities for perception, action and cognition. Patent #8,005,773 was issued to IBM inventors Dharmendra Modha and Rajagopal Ananthanarayanan.

· U.S. Patent #7,882,219: Deploying analytic functions – This patented invention empowers users to design and implement highly-sophisticated, streaming analytics on massive disparate data sources. The advanced algorithm described in patent #7,882,219 enables IBM Tivoli Network Performance Manager software to efficiently perform sophisticated analytics in near real-time. Patent #7,882,219 was issued to IBM inventors Alexander Pikovsky, David Pennell, Robert McKeown and Colin Putney.

For more information about IBM's patent and innovation leadership, please visit:

http://www.ibm.com/ibm100/us/en/icons/patents/

2011 IBM Patents vs Key Competitors

 


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