patent base

patent base

[′pat·ənt ‚bās]
(graphic arts)
In letterpress technology, a metal base with slots that is used to hold unmounted electrotypes.
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He further said,"The ability to leverage this technology to acquire high-quality patents at a comparatively low cost, and then to augment their value through internal development of additional complementary patents, allows for a lower-cost and more-productive patent base.
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With Dick Rennick's 30+ years of experience in franchising, and PlainSight's 80+ patent base and team of computer scientists, mathematicians, analytic chemists and software engineers, the union is already delivering solutions for software applications and new products to the franchising marketplace.

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