HP Countersues Memjet

HP has decided to countersue Memjet Holdings Ltd, Memjet US Services, and Memjet Ltd (collectively “Memjet”), claiming the printer manufacturer violates HP’s intellectual property rights.

Back on August 12, Memjet sued HP in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California, for infringing eight of its patents concerning its page-wide “waterfall” printing technology.

Also on October 2, a third party filed documents against Memjet. In a document dated October 6, Magistrate Judge Barbara Lynn Major permitted “early neutral evaluation” of this case to be set for November, 23, 2015, to be held in her Chambers.

According to Memjet, its Waterfall Printhead Technology® achieves high-speed color printing at low costs as a single page-wide solution for the office or configured in multiples (and multiple ways) to achieve entirely new ways to print in industrial and commercial markets.

HP announced its “PageWide” color 3D printer last year but with the lawsuit filed by Memjet, the company has postponed the launch date.

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