HP ORDERED TO PAY $184million FOR PATENT INFRINGMENT

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HP ORDERED TO PAY $184million FOR PATENT INFRINGMENT

 user 2008-06-05 at 11:33:24 am Views: 47
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    http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssTechMediaTelecomNews/idUSN0343090820080604
    HP ordered to pay Cornell $184 mln in patent case
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    FRANCISCO, June 08 – A U.S. jury has ordered Hewlett-Packard Co  to pay
    $184 million to Cornell University for patent infringment on processor
    technology used to boost computing speed, a lawyer for the university
    said on Tuesday.The verdict was handed down on Friday in a federal
    court presided over by Judge Randall Raider in Syracuse, New York, said
    Edward Poplawski, a partner at law firm Sidley Austin.A spokesman for
    HP was not immediately available for comment.The university filed the
    lawsuit in December 2001 and asked for $575 million in damages.Damages
    covered HP servers and workstations that used the technology and were
    built between 1996 and 2006, when the patent expired, Poplawski said.