About Digital Technology Licensing LLC

Digital Technology Licensing LLC (DTL) is a technology licensing company that was established in 2002 to license intellectual property related to seminal technology invented by Jon Paul, Tony Agnello and Mark Clayton.

DTL owns and licenses U.S. Patent No. 5,051,799 ('799), a key patent to cellular telephone technology. The '799 patent is essential to using Adaptive Multi-Rate (AMR) codec, an audio data compression algorithm used for speech coding that is widely employed in GSM and UMTS standards for cell phone communications.

The patented technology also provides backward compatibility, which allows cell phones to effectively communicate with older technology in existing cellular towers. Other applications of this patented technology include Bluetooth headsets and digital studio microphones.

DTL is a portfolio company of IP Holdings LLC, an IP-centric idea incubator. DTL is managed by General Patent Corporation.

About General Patent Corporation

General Patent Corporation (GPC), headquartered in Suffern, NY, is a premier intellectual property (IP) boutique focusing on patent licensing and patent enforcement, as well as IP strategy and IP valuation. GPC represents clients in assertive licensing and infringement matters on a contingency basis. General Patent, the oldest patent enforcement firm in the U.S., is the managing member of DTL. For more information on GPC, please visit www.generalpatent.com.

About IP Holdings LLC

IP Holdings LLC, an affiliate of General Patent Corporation, is an IP-centric merchant banking organization. IP Holdings provides IP-related financial services as well as IP brokerage services. IP Holdings also operates an idea incubator. IP Holdings is a member of DTL. For more information on IP Holdings visit www.ip-holdings.com.