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VCSY SiteFlash patents (6826744 - 7716629)
VCSY Patent 6826744
VCSY Patent 7716629

This is the framework Microsoft licensed in 2008 and is now using for their 'Universal Apps' development framework - the ecosystem they used to build Windows 9.

This is the technology Autonomy/Interwoven was using when HP bought Autonomy and was preparing to market IDOL 10 when that marketing effort shut down after VCSY prevailed in the Markman Hearing of December 31, 2011.

This is the technology Samsung and LG were using to power Android.

The reason you have not heard the technological community discuss this method is because the concept can be found in the field of Philosophy because it was thought impossible to achieve in software: Arbitary Object

But while the software industry remained ignorant and silent Microsoft knew about it and patented a use of that capability citing VCSY's 6826744 patent in 2007: Arbitary Object Editor

VCSY patents 7076521 and 8578266
VCSY Patent 7076521
VCSY Patent 8578266

This is the method Steve Jobs and WHATWG attempted to build into HTML5 to circumvent the use of XML as a platform for building functions for interoperation, integration and integration.

VCSY's 6718103 patent
VCSY Patent 6718103
This is the method every optical scientist since the invention of fiber optics over a hundred years ago has tried to achieve for transmitting real time images through a single optical fiber. Fiber Optic Article

These technologies are foundation for a new method of computing you are seeing explained by the large companies today. This change in the way computing is done is happening now and not years ago because VCSY finished litigation with LG, Samsung, and HP Autonomy/Interwoven earlier this year.

VCSY SiteFlash patents (6826744 - 7716629)
'System and method for generating web sites in an arbitrary object framework'
Diagram 1: Rudimentary interpretation of software construction using McAuley arbitrary object framework.

VCSY SiteFlash patents (6826744 - 7716629)
'System and method for generating web sites in an arbitrary object framework'
Diagram 2: Rudimentary interpretation of software construction using McAuley arbitrary object framework.

VCSY 7076521 patents
'Web-based collaborative data collection system'
Diagram: interpretation of transaction node using Davison Data Collector patent process.

VCSY 8578266 patent
'Method and system for providing a framework for processing markup language documents'
Diagram: interpretation of transform through transaction node using Davison language process.

VCSY 6718103 patents
'Apparatus and method for transmitting images over a single-filament fiber optic cable'
Diagram 1: proposed use of Cruz Fiber Optic patent method with traditional/classic industry IP.

VCSY 6718103 patents
'Apparatus and method for transmitting images over a single-filament fiber optic cable'
Diagram 2: effect of use of Cruz Fiber Optic patent method with HP IP..

In current times, communications of all types are easily traceable. Companies often use commercials to portray certain messages . The Bill Gates Jerry Seinfeld commercials that aired only five weeks after the VCSY/Microsoft Confidential Settlement Agreement seem to contain interesting messages that align with speculations of longtime VCSY shareholders and reflect many of the timeline events listed herein. The skydiving commercial aired just after VCSY filed their lawsuit against Interwoven, Samsung and LG. VCSY's Very High Level Language is named "Emily". Please  notice that when the one skydiver thinks the other Is about to die, he asks if it's cool to date Emily, but quickly backs away from the request when the  parachute opens. Interesting play on words in all of the Microsoft commercials.



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It's interesting how much time and energy certain messageboard posters have spent trying to convince others that VCSY's patents have little to no future value. All of the arguments against the VCSY 6,826,744 and 7,716,629 patents have been squashed.

*On December 30, 2011 Judge Seeborg ruled in favor of VCSY in the VCSY/Interwoven Markman Hearing. 

**On November 15, 2012 VCSY was issued reexamination certificates for the 6,826,744 and 7,716,629 patents by the USPTO.

***On January 4, 2013 Judge Seeborg denied Interwoven's motion for Summary Judgement


The history of VCSY goes back much further than where this brief 2006 timeline below begins. A more detailed timeline of dated events will be within the forum for you to view, if you register and are granted access beyond this point.

VCSY was granted the 7,076,521 patent on March 29, 2006. The first time we see XML mentioned as a functional programming language in patent history is in MLE/Emily 7,076,521 (separate from '744/'629 and issued later) which can then be turned toward building the '744/'629 framework using XML as a programming language - but not before.

So XML as a programming language is not used to achieve what '744/'629 claims. Therefore, a '744/'629 framework can be built in any programming language. It would be enhanced by then using MLE/Emily as an XML programming medium if necessary.

(opinion) If you are a longtime reader of the ragingbull messageboard, you might want to make a special note that tepe showed up on April 6, 2006 just one week after VCSY was granted that very powerful '521 patent. Since his arrival, tepe has been very dedicated in his efforts to harm any positive news, events or speculation that has been posted about VCSY. Tepe has been partnered with waterfoundonmars(aka - mirror, mrrrfk, kantuc, reflexxxshun, legofeeel and a few other aliases) from the very beginning. 

Here is a timeline of dated events:

On March 29, 2006
Vertical Computer Systems, Inc. Receives a Notice of Allowance From The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office For a Patent Application Covering Various Aspects Of The XML Enabler Agent

On June 06, 2006 
VCSY hired Niro on a contingency basis to act in connection with the licensing of VCSY's 6,826,744 patent

"Vertical Computer Systems, Inc. (VCSY) announced today that it has retained the law firm of Niro, Scavone, Haller & Niro on a contingency basis to act in connection with the licensing of United States Patent (U.S) No. 6,826,744, the underlying Patent under VCSY's SiteFlash and SiteFlash-derived products."

On April 18, 2007 
Vertical Computer Systems, Inc. Files Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Microsoft Corporation. Inducing infringement was also listed in the lawsuit.
"VCSY claims that the Microsoft .Net System infringes U.S. Patent No. 6,826,744."

(This statement and link below is from the original VCSY lawsuit filing against Microsoft)
"Microsoft has also induced others to infringe and/or has contributorily infringed those claims of the 744 patent."

On July 24, 2008
VCSY and Microsoft entered into a Confidential Settlement Agreement the day before the scheduled Markman Hearing.

On March 25, 2010
VCSY received a continuation patent of the 6,826,744 patent that Microsoft and VCSY entered into a Confidential Settlement Agreement over.

On April 14, 2010 in VCSY's 2009 10-K VCSY's CEO Richard Wade stated;

"In July 2008, we settled an infringement claim we had initiated in federal court against Microsoft. We are waiting for the issuance of the Continuation Patent for U.S. Patent No. 6,826,744 (which SiteFlash is based upon) before we engage with new licensees because we believe the Continuation Patent provides better protection for this intellectual property asset."

One month after receiving the Continuation patent, Microsoft started moving forward in signing new licensing agreements with all of their partners and android licensing agreements with the Android crowd. Microsoft signed over 500 new licensing agreements since April of 2010. The two articles below show proof of the 500+ licenses signed during that period.

April 27, 2010 
Agreement will cover HTC's Android phones. 
"Since Microsoft launched its IP licensing program in December 2003, the company has entered into more than 600 licensing agreements"

April 25, 2012 
Microsoft and Pegatron Corp. Sign Patent Agreement Covering Android- and Chrome-Based Devices
"Since Microsoft launched its IP licensing program in December 2003, the company has entered into more than 1,100 licensing agreements"


Microsoft obviously signed all of their partners to a new licensing agreement just after VCSY received the Continuation patent of the '744 which was the subject of the legal proceedings. So did VCSY and Microsoft entered into a beginning to end Confidential Settlement Agreement, meaning that all details are confidential from the beginning (July 24, 2008) to the end (???).

"Confidentiality procedures are often introduced in a "piecemeal" manner, leading to a lack of clarity and possible conflicts. To reduce the risk of leaks, implement acomprehensive and well-thoughtout set of procedures. They must be clear and easy to follow, and if properly implemented they will become integral parts of your business culture. While the most effective systems are designed from beginning to end by experts" (Amber Rovner?)


MONDAY, JUNE 14, 2010 
Vertical Computer Systems, Inc. Adopts Shareholder Rights Plan (aka - poison pill). 

(Press release) filing)

Instructions - Create a poison pill

11 "Enter into a partnership with another company and include a large breakup fee in the agreement. A hostile acquiring company would then have to pay a significant fee to your partner when purchasing your firm."

MONDAY, JUNE 14, 2010 
Microsoft enters into $1.25 Credit Indenture

Now back tracking to January 12, 2009 
VCSY sent Interwoven a cease and desist letter claiming that Interwoven's TeamSite product infringes the same '744 patent that was the subject of the VCSY/Microsoft Confidential Settlement Agreement just six months earlier.

Autonomy then bought Interwoven just ten days later on January 22, 2009

By March of 2009 Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch had already completed the integration of Autonomy's IDOL with Interwoven's TeamSite product. The same TeamSite product that VCSY claims infringes the two VCSY patents('744 and '629)

On November 15, 2010
VCSY filed lawsuits against Interwoven, Samsung and LG
Samsung and LG are accused of violating VCSY's 744 and 629 patents in their mobile devices.

On December 8, 2011
1. Hewlett Packard open-sourced WebOS,2817,2397447,00.asp

2. Also on December 8, 2011 - Hewlett Packard and Microsoft entered into a four-year Cloud Computing licensing agreement

On December 14, 2011
The VCSY and Interwoven Markman Hearing was heard before Judge Seeborg

On December 30, 2011
Judge Seeborg sides with VCSY in Markman Hearing decision, telling Interwoven that the reexamination process would be a better option.

On January 6, 2012
Interwoven files ExParte Reexamination request applications on the VCSY '744 AND '629 patents, claiming prior art issues.

On November 15, 2012
VCSY received the reexamination certificates for the two patents(6,826,744 & 7,716,629) that were challenged by Interwoven/Autonomy in the lawsuit where VCSY claims that Interwoven's TeamSite product infringes those two patents.

On November 20, 2012 (just days after VCSY received the reexamination certificates)
Hewlett Packard started screaming FRAUD against Autonomy.

Obviously Autonomy's IDOL and other products are now worth much less money today than it was originally accessed at during their aquisition period, since the reexamination certificates issued to VCSY on November 15, 2012 now show that Autonomy's finacial numbers are based on infringing products.

On January 4, 2013 Judge Seeborg denied Interwovens motion for Summary Judgement.

Since then, Hewlett Packard has been showing that they are using VCSY's patent claims in IDOL10 and other Hewlett Packard/Autonomy products.


Hewlett Packard had written and dated a press release for Demember 18, 2012 but did not release it until January 10, 2013.

Hewlett-Packard expands service virtualization palette 
HP Service Virtualization 2.3 can now mimic JDBC databases and legacy TCP/IP applications

By: moonpunk
10 Jan 2013, 06:47 PM CST 
Msg. 351121 of 351195 
(Reply to 351120 by KAATN) 

The fact is this:

can be diagrammed to show it's 744 being touted in HP.hp?action=register


February 11, 2013

Hewlett Packard fraud investigation period against Autonomy is from January of 2009 to June 30, 2011.
The fraud investigation starting at the same time that Autonomy bought Interwoven and not anytime before then.