manroland Goss, QIPC-EAE settle disputed copyright infringement cases concerning add-on of third party solutions that interact with manroland's proprietary PECOM software; settlement clears way for customers to legally run add-ons on their presses

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January 13, 2022 (press release) –

The leading suppliers of control and measurement systems for web-offset printing presses, manroland Goss and QIPC-EAE, jointly announce their mutual settlement of certain disputed copyright infringement cases.

The cases concerned the add-on of third party solutions that interact with the proprietary PECOM software of manroland Goss. Such add-on solutions do require a respective interface license provided by the OEM. By their mutual settlement, the parties not only settled the pending court proceedings, they also primarily cleared the way for their customers, to run the printing presses in a legally undisputed manner.

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