The United States launched a 337 investigation against a number of TV manufacturers, Samsung, TCL, etc. were involved in the case

Recently, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) decided to launch a Section 337 investigation into video processing equipment and its components, as well as digital smart TVs and their downstream products.

The investigation was submitted to the ITC by DivX Corporation of the United States on September 10 in accordance with Section 337 of the U.S. Tariff Act of 1930, alleging that the above-mentioned products exported to, imported or sold in the U.S. infringed its patent rights, and requested the ITC to publish the investigation. Limited Exclusion and Restraining Orders. Enterprises such as China TCL Technology Group Co., Ltd., South Korea’s Samsung, LG Group and some of its affiliates were involved in the case.

According to the data, DivX, formerly known as DivXNetworks, was a subsidiary of Xinshi Information Co., Ltd. in January 2015, headquartered in San Diego, California. The three most famous codecs of DivX are: MPEG-4 Part 2 codec, H. 264/MPEG-4AVC DivX Plus Codec and DivX HEVC Ultra HD Codec for High Efficiency Video Coding.

Since January 2003, DivX’s software has been downloaded more than one billion times by users. The company’s offering has expanded from codecs to include software for viewing and editing DivX-encoded video.

DivX Corporation also licenses its technology to other manufacturers, and more than one billion DivX devices have been produced by manufacturers of consumer Electronic devices and components worldwide. DivX-certified products can play DivX-encoded video normally.

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