Patent Dispute Settled Between Server Technology, Inc. and Raritan, Inc. (and its parents Legrand North America, LLC and Legrand SA)

Jan 28, 2016, 07:00 ET from Server Technology, Inc.

RENO, Nev., Jan. 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Server Technology, Inc. and Raritan, Inc. (and its parents Legrand North America, LLC and Legrand SA) have settled several disputes between them relating to the alleged infringement on a number of Server Technology patents covering technology used in intelligent power distribution units ("PDUs"). Those disputes include (1) a patent infringement suit filed by Server Technology against Raritan in federal court in Reno, (2) petitions for inter partes review filed by Raritan challenging the validity of two Server Technology patents, and (3) an action in the U.S. International Trade Commission in which Server Technology sought to exclude the importation by Raritan and Legrand North America of allegedly infringing intelligent PDUs.

Without admitting liability, Raritan, Legrand North America, LLC and Legrand SA have taken license to certain Server Technology patents. As a result, the proceedings described above have been dismissed. The companies have mutually agreed that the terms of the settlement will remain confidential.

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