Investor Relations

Welcome to Traxcell's Investor Relations Page.  This page has been developed to provide potential Investors with the information that they need to know about Traxcell and it's US Patents and infringement law suits when making an investment decision.  

This page is also designed as a resource for current Investors to view the most up-to-date information on the current status of Traxcell's pending law suits by clicking here (view up-to-date case information).

If you need additional information please contact Investor Relation Department at 1-877-TRAXCELL.

"Accredited Investors Wanted"

Traxcell is currently seeking private "Accredited Investors" who are Texas residents, in order to help provide litigation funding for ongoing patent infringement law suits against major wireless communications companies.   Traxcell believes these Defendants are infringing one or more of Traxcell's US Patents.  

This investment opportunity is only being offered to individuals and entities that can quality as "Accredited Investors", as defined by the S.E.C. for participation in a non-registered security offering Rule 506(c) regulation D. 

General requirements to be considered an "Accredited Investor" (click for more details)
  1. high income earners who earn at least $200,000.00 a year if single or $300,000.00 a year if married, and/or 
  2. high net worth individuals who have an total net worth of at least $1,000,000.00 (not including the value of a primary residence) 

The Nature of Traxcell's Litigation Funding Investment

This investment opportunity that is being offered by Traxcell Technologies LLC, of Texas, is a non-recourse and non-registered security instrument know as a "private placement offering" that can only be offered to "Accredited Investors" under the S.E.C. Rule 506(c) exemption of Regulation D.   In exchange for their Investment, the Investor will receive a Litigation Rights Certificate issued by Traxcell directly to the Investor.  This Litigation Rights Certificate will entitle the Investor to receive a fixed annual interest rate on any money lent to Traxcell, from the time of the closing of the loan's escrow, until the end of the Claim.  

Traxcell will repay the Investor their principle and interest, from the proceeds of settlements, judgments, licensing agreements and other sources of income that are generated by Traxcell's portfolio of US Patents.  These will be no periodic interest payments on this investment.  All principal and interest becomes due and payable at the time that receives money from a law suit settlement, judgement, or other income source.  

This Private Placement Agreement can only be transferred to another "Accredited Investor" after one year from the closing of escrow, according the SEC rules, and with Traxcell's approval of the transfer.   Litigation funding investments are to be considered a "high-risk" investment that is only appropriate for certain Investors.  Traxcell recommends that all potential Investors consult with their attorney, CPA and/or other professional before investing in Traxcell's Litination Funding. 

The money generated by Traxcell's Investors will be used to pay for legal counsel, technical and financial expert witnesses, court costs, filings fees, discovery costs, research and reports, transportation, meals, lodging, in-house legal council and other incidental costs that are related to Traxcell's patents and litigation efforts.

For more information about investing with Traxcell, please call Jeff Reed at 1-(877) TRAXCELL, or email Jeff at

The Nature of the Patent Infringement Law Suits

The pending patent infringement law suits that have been filed by Traxcell against the Defendants (listed below), are generally related to the Traxcell's proactive wireless network tuning system that was first invented by Mark Jefferson Reed, the Founder of Traxcell and his co-inventor Stephen Michael Palik, in 2001-2002.  

This patented automated wireless network tuning system offers many advantage over manually tuned wireless networks of the past. Some of these advantages include less dropped calls for the user because the wireless network can automatically tune itself in order to optimize the performance by adjusting the antennas signal strength, controlling "hand-offs" as the user travels from one antenna to another, and other performance enhancing and cost saving techniques.

Today, this proactive tuning system is commonly known in the wireless industry as a "self optimized network" (SON), along with some other names, and is commonly refereed to as a SON type of wireless network optimization.   The SON style wireless networks are also widely used in today's wireless industry because they are more reliable and require less equipment and people to maintain, by eliminating the need to manually "field test" by driving around the network and the need for recording manually the signal strengths of the wireless network and then manually adjusting the antennas to tune the system.

The Defendants (As of 1/10/2018) 

  1. AT&T INC.
  5. Nokia Solutions and Networks US LLC (“Nokia Networks”) and Nokia Solutions and Networks Oy (“Nokia Finland”) (collectively “Nokia”),
  6. ALE USA Inc. d/b/a Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise USA Inc. (hereafter at times referred to as “ALE USA”),
  7. Huawei Technologies USA Inc. 

Traxcell's Legal Team

Traxcell Technologies LLC of Texas is represented by two highly qualified law firms based in Houston Texas.

  1. Ramey & Schwaller (click)
  2. Hicks-Thomas LLP  (click)

The Current Status of the Law Suit

You can view up-to-date information regarding the pending cases please click on the link below.  

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