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Spherix Announces Additions to Technology Advisory Board in Areas of Licensing and Litigation Support
Date:11/6/2013

TYSONS CORNER, Va., Nov. 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Spherix Incorporated (NASDAQ: SPEX) -- an intellectual property development company committed to the fostering and monetization of intellectual property, announced today that the Company has added two distinguish professions to the Company's Technology Advisory Board.

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The Technology Advisory Board of Spherix Incorporated was formed to help provide compensation to inventors of patent portfolios acquired by Spherix so that the inventors can share in proceeds related to the commercialization of their ideas and to provide advice, support, theories, techniques and improvements to the Company's technologies and business model by leading IP professionals.  

Today, the Company announced the addition of Professor Bruce Tsuji and Mr. Frank Reiner.  Mr. Reiner is a seasoned licensing professional, having started his patent and licensing career at InterDigital Communications, LLC as the Senior Director of Licensing where he was responsible for InterDigital's patent licensing program in the cellular and wireless space.  Mr. Reiner is currently located in Silicon Valley and employed as the Vice President of Global Licensing for the Kudelski Group where his primary role is licensing a digital video patent portfolio. 

Professor Tsuji is a professor at Carleton University in Ottawa Canada, co-founder of 2 start-ups and co-inventor on 8 patents.  Professor Tsuji is a former Nortel employee and also the lead inventor on a patent being asserted by Spherix against VTech and Uniden.

CEO Anthony Hayes stated "As we continue to grow as a licensing company, Professor Tsuji and Mr. Re
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