USPTO grants Lleida.net a new patent for its EIDAS notification method
- The EIDAS method is vital for companies wanting to communicate electronically following the European Single Market legislation.
MADRID, March 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The United States Patent and Trademark Office has granted Spanish OTCQX-listed company Lleida.net its sixth patent, this time referring to its registered and qualified electronic notification method EIDAS, a key to communicating electronically within the European market.
EIDAS is the European regulation that sets the rules in all matters relating to identification and trust services for electronic transactions within the EU.
This patent bears the name "Platform and method of certification of an electronic notice for electronic identification and trust services" (EIDAS).
The system, created by the company's founder and CEO, Sisco Sapena, makes it possible to reliably identify the sender, the recipient and the data sent in electronic notifications.
It guarantees reliable electronic communication within Europe and has been granted for 20 years.
The company was already a pioneer in securing European homologation for this method in 2018.
The patent on the method, which Lleida.net distributes under the trade name Openum eIDAS, is valid for 20 years.
The Openum EIDAS trademark itself was granted register last year by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for ten years.
LLEIDA.NET HOLDS FIVE OTHER PATENTS IN THE UNITED STATES AND 203 WORLDWIDE
Lleida.net, which trades in New York since November 2020, had already received five other patents from the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
The most recent, granted last October, refers to the company's method for certifying emails containing an electronic signature recognised by a telecommunications operator.
To date, Lleida.net has accumulated 203 patents from 64 countries worldwide.
Patents have been granted for its method for the registration and certification of receipt of electronic mail, its method for certifying the sending of electronic mail, its method for registering delivery of SMS/MMS data messages to mobile terminals, and its method for producing certified electronic contracts.
Among the nations and international organisations that have acknowledged the company's innovations are, in addition to the United States, the European Union and all its member states, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, the Gulf Cooperation Council, Israel, South Africa, Colombia or Mexico.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IS KEY IN LLEIDA.NET'S STRATEGY
Intellectual property and innovation are part of the company's strategic pillars, together with that of internationalisation and its commitment to Research and Development.
The purpose of having these patents is to protect the company's market position within the registered electronic signature and notification industry and the investments of the more than 3,000 shareholders that form part of the company's cap table.
Investors can download the company's Investment Deck at the following link: https://investors.lleida.net/docs/2020-estimated-results.pdf
Further information on the Openum EIDAS service can be obtained here: https://www.lleida.net/en/openum-eidas-qualified-delivery
The full list of patents granted to the company can be retrieved in the following link: https://www.lleida.net/en/patents
Full information on the company's investment proposition is available at http://investors.lleida.net
Investors can contact Lleida.net's team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Company Codes: SpanishCats:LLN, EuronextParis:ALLLN, OTC-PINK:LLEIF, OTC-QX:LLEIF, OtherOTC:LLEIF
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