Soliton announces grant of new patents related to Rapid Acoustic Pulse device
Soliton announced that the Taiwan Intellectual Property Office had issued our patent entitled, "Taiwan Divisional Patent Application No. 107115437 from TW101125235; Entitled 'APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR GENERATING THERAPEUTIC SHOCKWAVES AND LASER LIGHT'" by Dr. Christopher C. Capelli et al. Additionally, the Japanese Patent Office issued our patent entitiled, "Japanese Divisional Patent Application No. 2018-008760 from JP 2015-561713 and PCT/US2014/021746; In the name of Soliton, Inc. and the Board of Regents of the University of Texas System; 'RAPID PULSE ELECTROHYDRAULIC SHOCKWAVE GENERATOR'" by Dr. Christopher C. Capelli et al. Dr. Chris Capelli, CEO of Soliton, said, "We now have 8 patent families and over 60 issued or pending patents for our Rapid Acoustic Pulse, or 'RAP' device. Extending our broad patent portfolio to key international markets has been an important part of our IP strategy. We are pleased to see the patent offices in Japan and Taiwan validate our intellectual property through the issuance of these patents."