According to Cox Communications, a Virginia Court has ruled that it did not violate Verizon's Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) patents.
"The jury found that Cox was not infringing any of Verizon’s Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol telephone patents at issue in the case," said Cox in a statement circulated by the company's lead law firm on the case, Kirkpatrick Stockton.
"With more than 3 million residential and business telephone customers, Cox has been a leader in delivering competitive choice for phone service. We remain deeply committed to providing our customers high-quality phone service at a great value, and look forward to competing vigorously with Verizon in the marketplace, not the courtroom," said the company Monday.
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