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12 April 2017

7 new patents to multiply intellectual property

rights in Middle East, Asia and Oceania Registered email and Registered SMS obtains new patents in New Zealand, Taiwan, Japan and China

The intellectual property rights of reaches a population of more than 2,500 million inhabitants 

Barcelona, 16 March 2017 .-, the leading company in the field of certification and electronic notification, obtains seven patents in different countries, allowing to extend their intellectual property rights in new markets in the Middle East, Asia, Oceania and especially in China.

“The Method for Certifying Delivery of Electronic Messages” (Registered email) has been obtained in New Zealand and the “Method for Certifying Delivery of Data Messages to Mobile Terminals” (Registered SMS) in Taiwan, Japan, New Zealand and China. These are the first patents received by in China and New Zealand. In  Taiwan and Japan, the compay obtained the patent last year. 

The seven new patents are added to the three obtained by the company in 2016 and they multiply the rights of on electronic notification and certification serviceson a global basis.. Currently, technological solutions cover a population of over 2,500 million inhabitants.

“The granting of these new patents recognizes the effort Lleida. net's team has made in recent years in developing products and certified electronic notification services. Moreover, the new patents help us to move on in our international expansion, positioning in the Asian continent” says Sisco Sapena, CEO of



Currently the company is listed in the Spanish Alternative Stock Market and is a leading company in the field of electronic notification and electronic contracting. The company created in 1995 has two more business lines, namely SMS solutions and data validation. The telecom operator has signed agreements with more than 1000 companies in more than 150 countries managed from their 16 international headquarters. Its solutions and services are used in enterprises, public administration, and SME's.


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