CHARLOTTE, N.C., Nov. 6, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Revolutionary Concepts, Inc., a company focused on the design and development of intellectual property (IP) rights, and trade names such as Eye Talk Communicator (OTCBB:REVO) (www.revolutionaryconceptsinc.com) announces that patent US-8,154,581 (Audio-video communication system for receiving a person at entrance) was recently upheld as a basis for a patent rejection from a significant home alarm industry leader.
Ronald Carter, CEO states, "This strongly supports an action to either license to the infringing company or to begin an injunction action. It also provides additional evidence of our position in this space as we continue working to finalize a transaction with a third party who has disclosed its intent to begin development of a security services provider network based on the technologies governed by the patent portfolio. Revolutionary Concepts believes this citing adds substantive value to its patent claims and continues our efforts through a third party to monetize our patent portfolio."
About Revolutionary Concepts, Inc.
Revolutionary Concepts, Inc. is a development stage company focused on the design and development of intellectual property (IP) rights, and trade names such as Eye Talk Communicator. We currently have 7 patents registered with the USPTO, with others pending. Our first 7 patents that have been awarded are related to an entry management system and gives users the ability to remotely and interactively monitor via two-way communication and control an IP camera while using a personal communication device. Additional uses our IP include medical applications, and infant care technology. Revolutionary Concepts Inc. is headquartered in Charlotte, NC with consultants located throughout the United States. www.revolutionaryconceptsinc.com
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