Here Comes Sun: To Court Over Copyright Infringement Charges
Netbula, an Internet development tools maker based in San Leandro, Calif., has filesd suit against Sun and its StorageTek unit for copyright infringment.
The issue, reports the IDG News Service, is over what Netbula believes is unlawful use of Netbula's core technology in StorageTek's LibAttach software.
Netbula is also saying that Sun and StorageTek breached a contract in their use of Netbula's PowerRPC, a cross-platform client/server development environment for Windows, Java and Unix.
Netbula is suing Sun and StorageTek as separate entities because of their contention that the infringement dates back further than Sun's acqusition of Storage Tek in the summer of 2005.
No hearings have been set yet for the case, which has been filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California in Oakland.
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