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January 22, 1989


By CBR Staff Writer

DEC has won its patent infringement quarrel with add-on memory specialist EMC Corp and persuaded the Hopkinton, Massachusetts company to acknowledge that it had infringed six VAXBI technology patents and several of DEC’s trademarks and to agree to pay DEC $100,000 for the patent infringements and withdraw the products in question from the market at once, as well as destroying all publications in its control that infringe DEC trademarks. EMC is thus prohibited from making, using or selling the VX82 and VX83 memory products and anything else that infringes the six key VAXBI patents.

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