Voip-Pal Awarded First Canadian Patent for RBR/RBR Messaging

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Voip-Pal.Com, Inc. (VPLM) continues to expand their enviable VoIP technology patent portfolio. The Washington-state based company, currently looking to monetize their patent portfolio, was recently awarded another crucial patent that extends the company’s protection of its technology beyond American soil.

Voip-Pal announced that the Canadian Intellectual Property Office has approved the company's Canadian Patent Application No. 2668025: “Producing Routing Messages for Voice over IP Communications (RBR).” This newly approved patent combines the US RBR Patent No. 8,542,815 and the RBR Messaging child Patent No. 9,179,005, into one.

A company that aims to provide a complete telecommunications compliance solution that accomplishes this task efficiently and intelligently, Voip-Pal acquired Digifonica International Limited to fund and co-develop a patent suite that provided solutions to a number of key areas in Internet connectivity. Voip-Pal received notification of allowance of the continuation patent of “Producing Routing Messages for VoIP Communications” this past August.Furthermore, earlier this month, The United States Patent & Trademark Office has approved issuance of the company’s previously allowed patents.

After 12-years of development, Voip-Pal vision has become reality: a complete one-stop solution for the telecommunications market. This recently added patent not only strengthens their already impressive portfolio, it also provides valuable protection for its technology throughout North America.

For more information about Voip-Pal, visit www.voip-pal.com.

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