Pure Storage Slams EMC's Injunction Bid After $14M Verdict

By Brandon Lowrey (May 10, 2016, 10:09 PM EDT) -- Electronic data storage company Pure Storage Inc. urged a Delaware federal court Tuesday to reject rival EMC Corp.'s bid for an injunction barring Pure Storage from selling its new line of storage products, saying it has redesigned its software in the wake of a $14 million patent infringement verdict.

Pure Storage said in a brief opposing EMC's motion for a permanent injunction that it released a "completely redesigned" version of its deduplication software on May 6 that did away with the infringing feature. Thus, an injunction is not warranted because EMC doesn't face any future injury, the brief said.

"In contrast,...

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