Patent publication trend lately on a declining mode, so reveals Relecura’s 2022 analysis

Relecura, the industry’s leading AI-powered IP analytics platform, kicks off 2023 by sharing key trends in the patent industry for 2022

Pleasanton, Calif., January 24, 2023 ( – In a relentless quest to share valuable and meaningful information with a wider audience, Relecura embarked on a journey that included sharing key patents and technology trends for 2022 on social media platforms. Graph data were generated using the core patent search and analysis tool, the Enterprise Web Tool. Preliminary data show a 6% decrease in the number of published patents in 2022 compared to 2021.

Basically, Relecura started the new year with some graphic representation. The first featured the number of patents published in the top 10 countries in the world, with China leading the pack. By country, the company ranked among the top 10 organizations publishing patents in 2022 (unknown). It turns out that Samsung is the undisputed leader, followed by Huawei. Interestingly, Samsung invested more heavily in electrical element-semiconductor devices in his 2022 than in other key technologies.

The pattern of transfer deals that will occur in 2022 was the next area of ​​focus. This section was described in his two parts, Assignees and Assignees. That is, graphical data representing the top organizations (assignees) that transferred ownership of a particular patent to another group of companies (assignees). Relecura’s data reveals that Intel has handed over ownership of a significant portion of its patents, followed by his Facebook. Similarly, in his second portion of the data representation featuring assignees who received patent portfolios, Tahoe Research Ltd. topped the list. Second place went to Merck Sharp & Dohme LLC. In this connection, we found that digital data transmission was the most popular technology passed from assignee to assignee.

Last but not least, Relecura has revealed the patents it sued in 2022 and the organizations to which they relate. PPC Broadband far outperformed Amphenol in this area.

Using Relecura’s AI-based tools to share key pieces of information about patent trends for 2022 is how organizations stay relevant and stay ahead of their competitors. For more information on the patenting trends shared here, please visit

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With AI at its core, Relecura offers a range of tools related to IP and innovation intelligence. Through extensive research and analysis, the company has identified the issues plaguing the industry and designed tools to address them at an affordable price. Its product repository is extensive and includes TechTracker, Taxonomy Builder, TechExplorer, Classifier, Novelty, and Enterprise Web Tool, the leading AI-based platform for patent search and analysis. For more information on services offered by Relecura, please visit our website at

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