“Microsoft’s patent collaboration with Ryussi Technologies will offer enhanced interoperability between Windows and non-Windows computers worldwide,” said Nick Psyhogeos, president of Microsoft Technology Licensing. “This SMB file-sharing relationship provides consumers with even better business solutions across products around the globe, continuing Microsoft’s legacy of supporting innovation, mobility and productivity for businesses.”
“The MoSMB enterprise-class architecture supports high performance, high scalability and continuous availability to meet the present and future needs of NAS manufacturers,” said Sandeep Bhambani, CEO of Ryussi Technologies. “Our collaboration with Microsoft will allow manufacturers to leverage MoSMB to expand its NAS offering to include SMB with a dramatically decreased time to market and increased ‘first time right’ chance.”
Microsoft’s commitment to licensing IP
The patent agreement is another example of the important role intellectual property (IP) plays in ensuring a healthy and vibrant technology ecosystem. Since Microsoft launched its IP licensing program in December 2003, it has entered into more than 1,200 licensing agreements. More information about Microsoft’s licensing programs is available at http://www.microsoft.com/iplicensing.
Founded in 2012 by Storage and Networking veterans, Ryussi Technologies specialises in Storage and Systems Software. Ryussi is focused on Product Development and Consulting and its clientele include Fortune 500 companies and several startups. Over the years, it has worked on several challenging problems in the areas of Storage, Virtualization, OpenStack, SDN and Big Data Analytics. More information about Ryussi is available at www.ryussi.com.
About Microsoft Technology Licensing
Microsoft Technology Licensing LLC was formed in 2014 to acquire, manage and license Microsoft’s patent portfolio.
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