The Company determined early on that innovative form-and-function would be needed to deliver new capabilities as technology-convergence took
hold in the field of portable computer and smart-phone devices.
Accordingly, while doing business as a custom product development company, Khyber created a portfolio of patented form-n-function
techniques for handheld digital devices. It began licensing its intellectual property (IP) from this portfolio to its customers and
licensees, whose list has grown to include UPS, IBM, Hewlett Packard, Casio, Danger Inc, Symbol Technologies (SBL, now owned by Motorola),
Telxon Corporation, PSC Inc., Socket Communications (SCKT), and others.