ActiveLinks seals purchase of Corigin intellectual property

The intellectual property of Corigin, formerly Newframe, was sold for NIS 5 million to an international American company, whose identity is yet unknown. The negotiations on behalf of the seller were led by ActiveLinks, a company who specializes in converting technological patents into immediate liquid capital (buying patents).

Corigin, a privately owned company, was operating between 1995 and 2005. During those years, it developed Data Sharing solutions that interface Operating Systems (Unix, Windows) and Mainframe systems.