A Texas jury unanimously returned a $847 million verdict against Verizon last week after it infringed on two patents belonging to a Dallas-based company that increased the range, speed and throughput of cellular wireless networks and wireless hot spots.

The jury, empaneled in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, found that General Access Services, formerly known as Raze, proved that Verizon infringed on two patents, identified as the ’931 patent and ’794 patent. The jury also concluded that Verizon did not provide any clear and convincing evidence that the asserted claims or asserted patents are invalid. General Access was awarded $583 million for the ’931 patent and $264 million for the ’794 patent in reasonable royalties.