SSH.COM IP, patents and licensing program
SSH.COM (SSH Communications Security) has a strong patent portfolio that has been developed since 1997. The company has over 80 significant patents and dozens of applications pending.
A patent is a right to prevent others from using your technology. Companies use patents to prevent competitors from copying their ideas, to negotiate more favorable partnerships, and to protect their freedom of action. A traditional use of patents is licensing, that is, selling a licensee permission to use some or all patents held by the licensor.
We actively license our NAT Traveral and IPSec patent portfolio to commercial players in the smartphone, tablet, laptop, voice-over-IP and gaming industries. For further information about licensing SSH.COM patents, please contact VP Intellectual Property, Erkki Yli-Juuti via email at erkki.yli-juuti (a) ssh.com