A federal court ruled against Motorola and in favor of Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp., in a case of patent infringement.
In a David v Goliath like case, the federal court ruled that the infringement case brought by Arnouse Digital Devices, a high-tech hardware and software developer, may continue despite Motorola’s plea to have the case dismissed.
“Motorola tried to lead the Court on a wild goose chase by focusing on the attributes of its cell phone as a stand alone device. Of course Arnouse is not claiming to have invented the cell phone. Rather, the infringement arises from the accused Atrix Lapdock reader, alone or in combination with the cell phone. We were pleased with the Court’s ruling. It is plain that Motorola’s Atrix Lapdock does infringe Arnouse’s patent and we are confident we will recover the significant damages Motorola’s infringement has caused to Arnouse” said lead attorney Brad Fawley.
“First, let me thank Mr. Fawley and Larry Meier, from Downs Rachlin Martin, for their excellent representation. At this point, Motorola, should realize that they are infringing on our patent and pay a reasonable fee for utilizing it, just as many companies must pay Motorola on important intellectual properties they own, and have so forcefully fought to secure,” said Dan Gallic, COO of Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp.
Gallic continued, “The truth is that Arnouse is a garage inventor who has invested a lot of resources to turn ideas in valuable patents, patents into designs and, finally, designs into incredible products, which are highlighted on our website, www.addc.com. The court is correct in protecting the little guy from those large corporate entities that would use brute force and intricacies of the rule of law to stifle development.”
The case against Motorola centers around one of Arnouse Digital Devices, 14 patents, which were issued to Michael Arnouse over the last eight years. Arnouse Digital Devices licensed the rights to exploit those patents in the marketplace and expects to release the first x86 based credit card sized computer later in the 1Q/2012.
About Arnouse Digital Devices, Corp.
Arnouse Digital Devices Corporation (ADDC) was founded in 2002 by Michael Arnouse to create a new, revolutionary, interchangeable compute platform which gives users an unprecedented level of flexibility, compute power, small size, low power use and ultra-high security. Currently, ADDC includes four locations throughout the east and west coasts, as well as representation in over 57 countries. ADDC has been granted 17 utility patents, with three pending in the areas of pluggable computing and the surrounding ecosystem. ADDC is fully committed to provide the world’s best computing solutions for traditional and harsh environments that enable people, government and businesses to excel in productivity and abilities. ADDC products are proudly
Made in the USA.
Arnouse Digital Devices Corp.
1979 Marcus Ave. Suite E140, Lake Success, New York 11042.
Phone: (516) 673-4444
Email: [email protected]