Boston — Frame Media filed its answer to the Ceiva lawsuit in U.S. District Court today.
Last month, digital frame maker Ceiva filed a patent infringement suit against Frame Media — a company that provides content-delivery services for Internet-connected photo frames and other devices. Ceiva also named Digital Spectrum Solutions (a Frame Media partner) in the infringement suit.
In a statement, Frame Media founder and CEO Alan Phillips said: “Our answer to the complaint makes clear that the FrameChannel service does not infringe on the patent owned by Ceiva Logic and we will defend our service which allows frame owners to program a unique stream of images that is updated dynamically, combining their own photos with dynamic content provided from FrameChannel.”
Frame Media has retained the services of the New England law firm of Wolf, Greenfield & Sacks.
Since the lawsuit was announced, Kodak has partnered with Frame Media to enable content delivery from Frame Media’s FrameChannel service to its new wireless digital frames.