Hard-drive maker Cornice has filed a countersuit in response to a patent infringement lawsuit filed in June by rival hard-drive maker Seagate Technology.
Seagate's lawsuit alleged that Cornice's 1-inch Storage Element hard drives violate six of Seagate's patents covering a range of hard-drive technologies, including the guiding system for the actuator arm that scans the surface of the disk for data. The lawsuit seeks to prevent Cornice from selling the Storage Element drives in the U.S. as well as unspecified monetary damages.
Read more @ pcworld.com
Cornice Fires Back, Sues Seagate
Posted on Thursday, August 19 2004 @ 17:49 CEST by Lordrazer