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Ultra goes after retailers that sell modular PSUs

Posted on Friday, March 20 2009 @ 01:59:29 CET by

Jonnyguru reports PSU maker Ultra is now taking legal action against retailers that sell modular power supplies from brands that aren't paying license fees. This includes Antec, ThermalTake, Enermax, Raidmax, Rocketfish and others. Corsair and BFG aren't named in the suit, they decided to play safe and pay license fees to Ultra.
Well, friends, it looks like Ultra's at it again; according to some information that just fell into my inbox. No longer content to just sue manufacturers of modular PSU's, they're going after retailers now. Filed in New Jersey, the lawsuit names Best Buy, CDW, Fry's, Micro Electronics/Micro Center, and Staples.



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