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HP property rights in Ink
Ilse Jurriƫn : June 23th 2006 - 00:06 CET
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HPHP property rights in Ink : HP announced that the company is working with national retailers Walgreen Co. and Office Max to resolve ink patent infringements found in multiple US stores of both companies. Inks found in both Walgreens and Office Max refilling service stations infringe HP patents. Both companies are cooperating with HP and are working toward resolution. "HP protects its intellectual property wherever infringements are found," said Pradeep Jotwani, senior vice president, Imaging and Printing Group, HP. "Decades of R&D investment by HP have resulted in more than 4,000 patents related to printing supplies, allowing us to deliver the superior quality and reliable printing experience associated with original HP supplies."
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The patent infringements were discovered as part of ongoing worldwide testing and enforcement efforts within HP that are designed to protect the company's intellectual property rights. Over the past year, the same initiative has uncovered ink patent infringements by other companies that offer generic ink supplies through refilling stations or private label brands.


About HP
HP is a technology solutions provider to consumers, businesses and institutions globally. The company's offerings span IT infrastructure, global services, business & home computing, imaging and printing. For the four fiscal quarters ended April 30, 2006, HP revenue totaled $88.9 billion.

About Walmart
Founded in January 2000, Walmart is a subsidiary of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Our headquarters is on the San Francisco Peninsula near Silicon Valley, where we have access to the world's deepest pool of Internet executive and technical talent. Walmart is a lot like your neighborhood Wal-Mart store. We feature a great selection of high-quality merchandise, friendly service and, of course, Every Day Low Prices. We also have another goal: to bring you the best shopping experience on the Internet.

About Office Max
Unprecedented customer service and unrivaled innovation make OfficeMax the one to beat in the office products marketplace. With over $8 billion in sales, over 40,000 associates and almost 1,000 superstores, 25,000 products and a range of business services, OfficeMax is qualified to meet the needs of enterprise-level, mid-size and small businesses, and individual customers.





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