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What does AMT stand for?

AMT stands for Acacia Media Technologies


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eCollege(SM) , a leading provider of value-added information services to the post-secondary education market, today announced Acacia Media Technologies Corporation is offering a license arrangement for eCollege clients with regard to Acacia's Digital Media Transmission ("DMT") patents.
Now American upstart Acacia Media Technologies claims to have invented "transmitting compressed audio or video online" (as in streaming) and says it has the patent to back this up.
Acacia Research Corporation (Nasdaq:ACTG)(Nasdaq:CBMX) announced today that its Acacia Media Technologies Corporation subsidiary, which is part of its Acacia Technologies group, has entered into a license agreement with Eastman Chemical Company for certain uses of its Digital Media Transmission ("DMT(R)") technology.
Acacia Research Corporation (Nasdaq:ACTG) (Nasdaq:CBMX) announced today that its Acacia Media Technologies Corporation subsidiary, which is part of its Acacia Technologies group, has entered into a license agreement with Union Pacific Corporation for certain uses of its Digital Media Transmission ("DMT(R)") technology.
Acacia Research Corporation (Nasdaq:ACTG) (Nasdaq:CBMX) announced today that its Acacia Media Technologies subsidiary, which is part of the Acacia Technologies group, has reached an accord with attorneys from the university community on licensing terms for the use of Acacia's Digital Media Transmission ("DMT(R)") technology.
Acacia Research Corporation (Nasdaq:ACTG) (Nasdaq:CBMX) announced today that its Acacia Media Technologies Corporation subsidiary has added Time Warner Cable, Cablevision Systems Corporation, Insight Communications Company, Cebridge Connections, and Bresnan Communications to its DMT(R) patent infringement litigation.
In September 2004, Acacia Media Technologies Corporation added Mediacom LLC to its complaint filed in the District Court for the Northern District of California alleging infringement of Acacia Media Technologies Corporation's DMT(R) patents against certain cable and satellite companies, increasing the number of defendants in the complaint to ten.