US court rules for Openet in Amdocs patent case

Tuesday 2 October 2012 | 11:02 CET | News
A Virginia court has granted a summary judgement for Openet in a lawsuit filed by Amdocs. The court found that Openet is not infringing Amdocs patents. The suit, filed August 2010, alleged that Openet infringed two US patents owned by Amdocs. Two additional Amdocs patents were added to the case in January 2011. The suit sought money damages and an injunction against the sale of certain Openet products. Openet said it welcomed the decision. Openet is a privately held company based in Dublin, Ireland with offices worldwide.

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Categories: IT
Companies: Amdocs / Openet
Countries: United States / World
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