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SMT & Inspection | September 09, 2009

Court favors Rudolph Technologies patent infringement case

Permanent injunction entered against Camtek prohibits sale of Falcon Systems in USA.

Rudolph Technologies announced today that the United States District Court in Minneapolis has issued a permanent injunction against Camtek, Ltd which bars Camtek from selling its Falcon line of inspection tools in the United States. Rudolph's patent covers optical inspection of semiconductors using strobing illumination. "The NSX(R) technology was one of the major reasons for our merger with August Technology," said Paul McLaughlin, chairman and chief executive officer of Rudolph Technologies. "We place a high priority on protecting our intellectual property, and will continue to pursue protection for our proprietary inspection systems, in the United States and internationally." The injunction places significant obligations on Camtek. Camtek is now prohibited from making, using, selling and offering to sell any of its Falcon machines in the U.S. Source: Rudolph Technologies, Inc. and streetinsider.com
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