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Hosof.com 报道称，Ocean Tomo China 副总裁 Dean Becker 先生受邀到北京参加第十届全球移动互联网大会（GMIC），参与主题为“中美专利策略比较与人工智能企业专利布局”的战略圆桌讨论会。这是 GMIC 10 年来首次就专利问题深入展开的讨论会。
The 2017 Leading Law Firm Report by Ocean Tomo and IAM is sourced by Squire Patton Boggs on their Global IP & Technology Law Blog, “Squire Patton Boggs IP&T Practice Recognized as Top 10 Healthcare Patent Prosecution Firm”.
Ocean Tomo’s Intangible Asset Market Value Study is cited in the Insurance Thought Leadership online article, “Reinsurance: Dying… or in a Golden Age?”
Ocean Tomo and Crains Chicago Business study on online article, The Most Innovative Companies is sourced in the kmov.com online article, “Lynk Labs Expands Focus On Licensing & Enforcing Intellectual Property In LED Lighting Industry”, as Lynk Labs is ranked #3 in the study.
Ocean Tomo’s Intangible Asset Market Value Study is cited in the Bloomberg online article, “Hibernating Oil Bears and Spotify’s Intangibles.”
Ocean Tomo’s Intangible Asset Market Value Study is cited in the Bloomberg online article, “Spotify’s $26 Billion Value Is Hard to Put Your Finger On.”
International Business Times online article, “Real Time Translation and Interpretation Patents Available for Auction on the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market”reports that the the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market will auction patents that use both real time translation and interpretation.
Street Insider reports on Ocean Tomo Transactions auctioning patents on the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask™ Market related to providing delivery and receiving system for a communications device in their online article, “Telecommunications Wakeup System and Method Patents Available for Auction on the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask ™ Market.”
Ocean Tomo's report for Crain's Chicago Business, “The Most Innovative Companies” is cited by Business Insider in their www.businessinsider.com article: on Chicago-based company SRAM, an innovative bicycle components company.