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July 22, 1990


By CBR Staff Writer

Sun Microsystems Inc has agreed to a settlement of its lawsuit against Helionetics Inc and its Definicon International subsidiary, alleging infringement of Sun’s copyrights and misappropriation of Sun’s trade secrets: Definicon acknowledged the enforceability of Sun’s copyrights and not to infringe them or disclose Sun’s trade secrets, and dismissed its counterclaims against Sun; it also bought licences from Sun granting Definicon the right to use Sun’s copyrighted software, so that it can continue to develop its Sparc RISC-based product lines.

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