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US CBP revokes earlier ruling on Arista, Cisco patent case

Monday 16 January 2017 | 16:22 CET | News
The US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agency has revoked its 2016 finding that Arista did not infringe a key Cisco patent. Cisco said the revocation covers all Arista products and means Arista has lost the authorisation to import or continue selling its products in the US, or to import components to build those products.

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