was an Electrical Engineering student attending the University of Southern California at the time and felt “there’s got to be a better solution.” Thus, he decided to take on the challenge of that issue he had identified at the beach.
Though it was not an easy path, the brothers weathered all of the storms and obstacles involved with the financial aspects of research and development, launching a start-up, as well as the patent landscape, itself.
As it states on their website, “We are committed to meeting the electronic needs of today’s mobile society by leveraging cutting edge technology with the objective of becoming a major participant in the wireless industry, targeting cross platform wireless business opportunities.”
One-E-Way has received eight patents for technological creations, following rigorous investigation and review by Patent Examiners at the US Patent and Trademark Office. The first of their several patents was issued in 2001.
Their wireless digital audio system may be utilized with virtually any device – phone, watch, tablet, computer – with Apple, Android and Windows operating systems. And, their products have been licensed by such recognizable names as Sony, Sennheiser, Imation and Jabra.
This is what the American Dream is all about. The “little guy” inventor disrupting the status quo with something new, something different, and being able to profit from their work, their creativeness, their R&D costs, as well as patent application investment.
However, as many independent inventors have experienced, infringers hit. And not just some mom and pop operations. One-E-Way was pirated by Sony, Apple and Beats.