Reed Hastings has a total of 28 patents globally, out of which 11 have been granted. Of these 28 patents, more than 21% patents are active. The USA is where Reed Hastings has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by Australia and European Countries.
“Inventions and stories. One is about harnessing the natural world; the other is about harnessing the human spirit.” : Hastings
The way the world is entertained has been transformed by Reed Hastings, co-founder and CEO of Netflix. In 2002, Netflix went public, and he currently owns around 1% of the company. He is the holder of numerous patents in the fields of data processing and software development.
In 1997, Netflix was co-founded by Reed Hastings. Before founding Netflix, Hastings ran the software development tool company Pure Atria Software as its chief executive officer from 1991 until 1997.
How many patents does Reed Hastings have?
Reed Hastings has a total of 28 patents globally. These patents belong to 9 unique patent families. Out of 28 patents, 6 patents are active.
How Many Patents did Reed Hastings File Every Year?
Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.
|Year of Patents Filing or Grant||Reed Hastings Applications Filed||Reed Hastings Patents Granted|
How many Reed Hastings patents are Alive/Dead?
How Many Patents did Reed Hastings File in Different Countries?
Countries in which Reed Hastings Filed Patents
|United States Of America||12|
Where are Research Centres of Reed Hastings Patents Located?
Of the 9 R&D Centres, all of them are located in the USA.
10 Best Reed Hastings Patents
US6584450B1 is the most popular patent in the Reed Hastings portfolio. It has received 212 citations so far from companies like Sony, US Postal Service, and Gamefly.
Below is the list of 10 most cited patents of Reed Hastings:
|Publication Number||Citation Count|
List of Reed Hastings Patents
|Reed Hastings Patents||Title|
|US8271338B2||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|US20080010173A1||Rental inventory management|
|US8749426B1||User interface and pointing device for a consumer electronics device|
|US20040206808A1||Mailing and response envelope and method of making the same|
|US7617127B2||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|US20050086127A1||Approach for managing rental items across a plurality of distribution locations|
|US7024381B1||Approach for renting items to customers|
|US6966484B2||Mailing and response envelope|
|US7403910B1||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|US6584450B1||Method and apparatus for renting items|
|US6049666A||Method and apparatus for accurate profiling of computer programs|
|US6126329A||Method and apparatus for accurate profiling of computer programs|
|EP1730686A2||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|EP0591360A4||Method and apparatus for modifying relocatable object code files and monitoring programs|
|WO2005076890A3||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|WO2005062887A3||Approach for managing rental items across a plurality of distribution locations|
|WO2004024578A2||Mailing and response envelope|
|WO1996038733A1||Remote monitoring of computer programs|
|WO1993003435A1||Method and apparatus for identifying memory leaks and tracking pointers in a computer program|
|WO1993000633A1||Method and apparatus for modifying relocatable object code files and monitoring programs|
|CA2556026A1||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|AU2005213374A1||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|AU2003263066A1||Mailing and response envelope|
|AU1992024230A1||Method and apparatus for identifying memory leaks and tracking pointers in a computer program|
|AU1992021887A1||Method and apparatus for modifying relocatable object code files and monitoring programs|
|KR1020070015918A||Approach for estimating user ratings of items|
|DE69232761D1||A method and apparatus for changing of assignable dynamic object code files|
|DE69232761T2||A method and apparatus for changing of assignable dynamic object code files|