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Wednesday, 29 August 2007 07:08

Motorola sues Aruba

Written by David Stellmack

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Claims violation of patents


Motorola, Inc.
announced that two of its subsidiaries had brought legal action against Aruba Networks, Inc., claiming infringement by Aruba of their short-range wireless network technology patents.

Motorola indicated it was seeking damages and a permanent injunction against Aruba for violation of the patents. The infringed patents reportedly involve technologies for three-dimensional representations for short-range wireless network design and management and technologies for planning and managing wireless networks.

Read more here.

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