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IHS Systems' udk2pcl Print Converter is a combination of hardware and software that translates User Defined Key (UDK) or Xerox Escape Sequence (XES) print commands to the PCL5 language supported by Dataproducts' Typhoon-series laser printers.
This settlement enhances the sales relationship between the parties through its call for joint participation on new cooperative marketing and promotional activities, while resolving all issues between the parties concerning the patented Hayes Escape Sequence with Guard Time device.
QMS Xerox Escape Sequence (XES) emulation translates and prints XES files on a wide variety of QMS laser print systems, allowing managers of complex networked environments to ensure full compatibility between client/server network printers and applications using proprietary Xerox data streams, without a dedicated Xerox printer.
The settlement includes a payment to Hayes for past liabilities and attorneys' fees and resolves all claims filed by Hayes charging Cardinal with infringement of the Hayes '302 Escape Sequence Patent.
Through a combination of hardware and software, the IHS udk2pcl printer protocol converter enables QMS Crown print systems to translate and print Xerox User Defined Key (UDK) and Xerox Escape Sequence (XES), without requiring rewriting of the host application.
In the January 1991 San Francisco trial, the Jury found that Hayes Improved Escape Sequence with Guard Time Patent (Hayes '302) was valid, enforceable, and willfully infringed by the defendants, Everex Systems, Inc.
21 /PRNewswire/ -- United States District Courts in California and Minnesota have refused to prohibit Hayes efforts to educate the public concerning the difference between Time Independent Escape Sequence (TIES) modems and Hayes Patented Improved Escape Sequence With Guard Time modems.
and Zenith Data Systems Corporation today announced an amicable out-of- court settlement of the patent infringement litigation between the two companies involving the Hayes '302 Escape Sequence Patent.
today announced a licensing agreement permitting Silicon Systems to incorporate the Hayes Escape Sequence With Guard Time Patent, also known as the Heatherington '302 Patent, into its modem chip sets.
Zoom continues to buy the vast majority of its modem chipsets from Rockwell, which recently licensed the Hayes escape sequence.
MULTI-TECH FIGHTS HAYES ESCAPE SEQUENCE EDUCATION CAMPAIGN
NYSE: ROK), the world's largest modem semiconductor manufacturer, today announced a licensing agreement permitting Rockwell to incorporate the Hayes Escape Sequence With Guard Time Patent, also known as the Heatherington '302 Patent, into its modem chip sets.