GENERAL INSTRUMENT Trademark Information

U.S. Brand Equities

computer hardware and software; devices for use in communications; computer apparatus; Set-top boxes; modems; software for use in electronic media storage; software for use in connection with personalized, interactive video and audio programming, namely, programming, searching, recording, downloading and playing entertainment media; digital audio and video recorders and players; digital media hubs; digital media receivers; digital media server...

Words that describe this mark

hardware   software   devices   use   communications   apparatus   settop   boxes   modems   software   use   electronic   media   storage   software   use   connection   personalized     interactive   video   audio   programming       programming  

This is a brand page for the GENERAL INSTRUMENT trademark by U.S. Brand Equities  in Chicago, IL, 60602.

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On Monday, June 19, 2017, a U.S. federal trademark registration was filed for GENERAL INSTRUMENT. The USPTO has given the GENERAL INSTRUMENT trademark serial number of 87496370. The current federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE. The correspondent listed for GENERAL INSTRUMENT is BRETT M. TOLPIN of TOLPIN & PARTNERS PC, 100 N. LASALLE STREET, SUITE 501, CHICAGO, IL 60602 . The GENERAL INSTRUMENT trademark is filed in the category of Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products . The description provided to the USPTO for GENERAL INSTRUMENT is computer hardware and software; devices for use in communications; computer apparatus; Set-top boxes; modems; software for use in electronic media storage; software for use in connection with personalized, interactive video and audio programming, namely, programming, searching, recording, downloading and playing entertainment media; digital audio and video recorders and players; digital media hubs; digital media receivers; digital media servers; digital media streaming devices; digital media adaptors; signal processors; digital signal processors; cable television converters; media adaptors for the processing of digital video and audio signals for display on digital or analog devices; transcoders, namely, devices for direct digital to digital data conversion of one encoding format to another; gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware; network routers; embedded multimedia terminal adapters (EMTA); DVD players; media players; remote controls for digital recorders and players; DVD players, media players, radios, stereos, and televisions; computer software, namely, middleware for use with set-top boxes; home media systems comprising set-top boxes, media players and recorders, modems, gateways, routers, adapters, transcoders, remote controls, computer software for programming guides and user interface, computer software for data and media security, and computer hardware and software for communication and interaction across multiple electronic displays, including tablets, televisions, smartphones, computers and digital media streaming devices; encoded cable cards containing programming used to decode digital broadcasting content; conditional access modules for digital broadcast receivers; radio frequency switches; QAM modulators; video processing equipment for broadcast, satellite, cable and IPTV video preparation and distribution, namely, video decoders, video encoders, bitrate transcoders, multipliers, splicers, media converters, computer software for video rate and data encapsulation; integrated receiver decoders; on-demand systems comprising video and media servicers and software for the management of media storage, network bandwidth and media streaming; Switched digital video (SDV) system for delivering narrowcast and broadcast video over a QAM network; cable modem termination system (CMTS), namely, switches, processors, volatile memories, non-volatile memories, input and output ports, input and output interface circuitry and software to manage and control the switches, processors, volatile memories, non-volatile memories, input and output ports and input and output interface circuitry; Hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) system comprising optical nodes, line extenders, RF amplifiers, return path transmitters, cable wifi access points, taps, passive cabling, equalizers and splitters; optical transport systems composed of hardware, namely, transmitters, receivers, transceivers, amplifiers, multiplexers, muxes, demuxes, optical circuit protection switches, RF over glass fiber systems, power supplies, and software for use in wide-area networking; optical networking systems comprising optical line terminals and optical node terminals for service provider networks and passive optical local area networks; service assurance solutions, namely, computer programs used for remote monitoring and management of home networks, service providers and electronic devices; network operating system programs and computer utility programs for use therewith; software for use in connection with communication network access, namely, encryption and authorization software that allows cable and video network operators the ability to receive, process, and distribute digital video, audio and data; element management systems, namely, hardware and software for the management and control of media gateways, cable telephony media gateways, soft switches, video compression technology, and wireless broadband; interactive network solutions, namely, computer hardware and software for the management of content distribution, network event management, out-of-band signaling, and network controllers; home automation and management systems comprising wireless and wired controllers, controlled devices and software for video cameras, energy monitors, lighting and power control switches, thermostats, water sensors, window and door sensors, environmental condition sensors, door locks, motion detectors; software for use on computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices to manage a home automation system; home network equipment, namely, computer networking hardware, computer network hubs, switches and routers, LAN hardware, and LAN operating software, all for use in connection with home automation systems and home media systems; digital content security, namely, apparatus, devices, instruments and software for use in providing conditional access digital audio and/or video content; IT services, consulting in the field of computers, electronics, communications, digital privacy; education in the field of music, computers, information technology, data privacy and security and network engineering; engineering, programming and network architecture; power tools and hand tools.

Word mark: GENERAL INSTRUMENT
Status/Status Date:
ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE
10/26/2018
Serial Number: 87496370
Filing Date: 6/19/2017
Registration Number: NOT AVAILABLE
Registration Date: NOT AVAILABLE
Goods and Services: computer hardware and software; devices for use in communications; computer apparatus; Set-top boxes; modems; software for use in electronic media storage; software for use in connection with personalized, interactive video and audio programming, namely, programming, searching, recording, downloading and playing entertainment media; digital audio and video recorders and players; digital media hubs; digital media receivers; digital media servers; digital media streaming devices; digital media adaptors; signal processors; digital signal processors; cable television converters; media adaptors for the processing of digital video and audio signals for display on digital or analog devices; transcoders, namely, devices for direct digital to digital data conversion of one encoding format to another; gateway routers in the nature of computer control hardware; network routers; embedded multimedia terminal adapters (EMTA); DVD players; media players; remote controls for digital recorders and players; DVD players, media players, radios, stereos, and televisions; computer software, namely, middleware for use with set-top boxes; home media systems comprising set-top boxes, media players and recorders, modems, gateways, routers, adapters, transcoders, remote controls, computer software for programming guides and user interface, computer software for data and media security, and computer hardware and software for communication and interaction across multiple electronic displays, including tablets, televisions, smartphones, computers and digital media streaming devices; encoded cable cards containing programming used to decode digital broadcasting content; conditional access modules for digital broadcast receivers; radio frequency switches; QAM modulators; video processing equipment for broadcast, satellite, cable and IPTV video preparation and distribution, namely, video decoders, video encoders, bitrate transcoders, multipliers, splicers, media converters, computer software for video rate and data encapsulation; integrated receiver decoders; on-demand systems comprising video and media servicers and software for the management of media storage, network bandwidth and media streaming; Switched digital video (SDV) system for delivering narrowcast and broadcast video over a QAM network; cable modem termination system (CMTS), namely, switches, processors, volatile memories, non-volatile memories, input and output ports, input and output interface circuitry and software to manage and control the switches, processors, volatile memories, non-volatile memories, input and output ports and input and output interface circuitry; Hybrid fiber-coaxial (HFC) system comprising optical nodes, line extenders, RF amplifiers, return path transmitters, cable wifi access points, taps, passive cabling, equalizers and splitters; optical transport systems composed of hardware, namely, transmitters, receivers, transceivers, amplifiers, multiplexers, muxes, demuxes, optical circuit protection switches, RF over glass fiber systems, power supplies, and software for use in wide-area networking; optical networking systems comprising optical line terminals and optical node terminals for service provider networks and passive optical local area networks; service assurance solutions, namely, computer programs used for remote monitoring and management of home networks, service providers and electronic devices; network operating system programs and computer utility programs for use therewith; software for use in connection with communication network access, namely, encryption and authorization software that allows cable and video network operators the ability to receive, process, and distribute digital video, audio and data; element management systems, namely, hardware and software for the management and control of media gateways, cable telephony media gateways, soft switches, video compression technology, and wireless broadband; interactive network solutions, namely, computer hardware and software for the management of content distribution, network event management, out-of-band signaling, and network controllers; home automation and management systems comprising wireless and wired controllers, controlled devices and software for video cameras, energy monitors, lighting and power control switches, thermostats, water sensors, window and door sensors, environmental condition sensors, door locks, motion detectors; software for use on computers, laptops, smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices to manage a home automation system; home network equipment, namely, computer networking hardware, computer network hubs, switches and routers, LAN hardware, and LAN operating software, all for use in connection with home automation systems and home media systems; digital content security, namely, apparatus, devices, instruments and software for use in providing conditional access digital audio and/or video content; IT services, consulting in the field of computers, electronics, communications, digital privacy; education in the field of music, computers, information technology, data privacy and security and network engineering; engineering, programming and network architecture; power tools and hand tools
Mark Description: NOT AVAILABLE
Type Of Mark: TradeMark
Published For Opposition Date: N/A
Last Applicant/Owner: U.S. Brand Equities
Chicago, IL 60602
Mark Drawing Code: Standard Character Mark
Design Search: (NO DATA)
Register Type: Principal
Disclaimer: (NOT AVAILABLE)
Correspondent:
TOLPIN & PARTNERS PC
100 N. LASALLE STREET, SUITE 501
CHICAGO, IL 60602

Classification Information

Intent to Use Trademark - Applicant has not submitted proof of use in commerce the the USPTO.

Primary Class: Class Details:
Class (009)
Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire extinguishing apparatus.
First Use Anywhere: : Not provided
First Use In Commerce: Not provided

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Current Trademark Status:
10/26/2018
ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE
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BRETT M. TOLPIN is a correspondent of GENERAL INSTRUMENT trademark.

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