Ultra sues modular PSU makers

Posted on Wednesday, Apr 09 2008 @ 17:45 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Ultra Products has filed a suit against a bunch of PSU manufacturers, claiming these firms violate their modular power supply patent which they filed in 2004 long before other PSU makers were selling units with modular cables.

There's little information available about this case but the list of companies being sued by Ultra is pretty long:
  • Antec, Inc.
  • Channel Well Technology Co. Ltd.
  • Channel Well Technology Co. U.S.A., Inc.
  • Corsair Memory, Inc.
  • Enhance Electronics Co. Ltd.
  • E-Power Technology/PCMCIS
  • SPI Electronic Co. Ltd.
  • FSP Group USA Corp.
  • Koolance USA, Mushkin, Inc.
  • OCZ Technology
  • SeaSonic Electronics Co. Ltd.
  • Silverstone Technology, Inc.
  • Spire-Bytecom Fanner Corporation
  • Tagan Technology Co. Ltd.
  • Tagan Technology Co.
  • Thermaltake Technology Co. Ltd.
  • Thermaltake, Inc.
  • Topower Computer Industrial Co. Ltd.
  • Topower Computer U.S.A., Inc.
  • Zalman Technology Company Ltd.
  • Zalman USA, Inc.
  • Source: Jonny Guru


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