Entory Launches Client for Web Access to EPO Databases

Law360, New York (November 18, 2003, 12:00 AM EST) -- German software maker Entory said it has developed a software client that makes patent data available to the public free of charge.

The access function was commissioned by the European Patent Office, according to the company.

Using the client software application, companies that have applied for patents or wish to make use of patent information can research the Patent Office's databases INPADOC and esp@cenet via the European Patent Office's new Webservice OPS (Open Patent Services).

The OPS client software is installed onsite and provides public access...
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