The Emerging Global Marketplace for Intellectual Property (IP)

Innovative Business Models are Driving Increased Participation in the IP Markets across the Value Chain

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Increased focus to maximize the return from investments in R&D is driving increased participation in the IP marketplace across the value chain. This research service provides an overview of the IP markets value chain and dynamics of the global IP marketplace. The study analyzes existing and emerging business models employed by market participants. The study also covers key issues concerning IP markets and recent developments in this space across the globe.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Efficient IP Marketplace has Huge Potential to Improve R&D Efficiency1.2 Research Objectives and Scope1.3 Why Marketplace for Intellectual Property (IP) is so Important?1.4 Contribution of IP-intensive Industries to the US and EU Economies is Witnessing Upwards Trend1.5 Key IP Markets Related Developments in the Recent Past1.6 Key Issues Concerning IP Markets and Attributes of an Efficient IP Marketplace1.7 Classification of IP Markets Value Chain1.8 Sale, Licensing, Buy, Assertion, Defensive IP Pooling are Leading Transaction-based Business Models in the IP Marketplace2.0 IP Markets Value Chain – Established Business Models2.1 IP Developers (R&D Focused)2.1.1 Public and Private Funded Entities Engaged in R&D are Leading IP Developers2.2 IP Developers (Licensing Focused)2.2.1 Licensing Focused IP Developers such as Qualcomm get Majority of their Revenues through Licensing of IP Rights2.2.2 Communications, Networking, Semiconductors, and Sensors are Key Focus Areas of Major IP Developers (Licensing Focused)2.2.3 Companies in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Space are Key Clients of Major IP Developers (Licensing Focused)2.3 IP Sellers2.3.1 IP Sellers – Business Model and Recent Important Deals2.4 Patent Licensing & Enforcement Companies2.4.1 Patent Licensing & Enforcement Companies – Business Model and Key Companies2.4.2 PLEC – Key Company Profiling 2.4.3 Intellectual Ventures is Aiming to become a Dominant Company in the IP Marketplace by Offering Diversified Services/Solutions2.4.4 Intellectual Ventures – Key Technology Focus Area and Major Clients2.5 IP Facilitators/Intermediaries 2.5.1 IP Facilitators/Intermediaries – Business Model and Key Companies 2.5.2 IP Auctions, Patent Ratings and Patent-based Indices are New Business Models Adopted by IP Facilitators/Intermediaries 2.6 IP Defensive IP Pools/Patent Funds2.6.1 Defensive IP Pools – Business Model and Key Companies2.6.2 Defensive IP Pools – Key Company Profiling 2.6.3 RPX Offers Multiple Services/Solutions to Mitigate Patent Risk and Cost Reductions in Corporate Legal Departments2.6.4 RPX Invested about $2 Billion in Patent Acquisitions to Strengthen its Defensive Patent Pools3.0 IP Markets Value Chain – Emerging Business Models3.1 IP Spinout Financing3.1.1 IP Spinout Financing – Business Model and Key Companies3.2 IP Backed Financing3.2.1 IP Backed Financing – Business Model and Key Companies3.3 IP Exchange and Trading Platforms3.3.1 IP Exchange and Trading Platforms – Business Model and Key Companies3.3.2 Intellectual Property Exchange International (IPXI) is Leading in the IP Trading Space3.3.3 IPXI’s Business Model Makes IP Licensing Process Transparent and Efficient3.4 IP Insurance3.4.1 IP Insurance – Business Model and Key Companies4.0 Appendix4.1 AcronymsLegal Disclaimer5.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story5.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story5.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career5.3 Global Perspective5.4 Industry Convergence5.5 360º Research Perspective5.6 Implementation Excellence5.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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