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Hewlett Packard requested the U.S. patent and intellectual property office to review mphj patents

recently, Hewlett Packard filed an application with the U.S. patent and Intellectual Property Office (USPTO) to review a patent in the mphj series named Laurence Klein

HP applied for a multi-party retrial of U.S. Patent No. 6771381 (381 patent). In the process of letting the tensile testing machine continue the tensile re examination of the standard tensile sample, the applicant can be any individual or unit other than the patent owner, and the application is based on the novelty and significance of the invention and creation relative to the prior technology

HP said in the application that every feature of patent No. 381 conflicts with the prior technology of TXV aerospace composites company to build a high-end polyketone composite professional center in the United States, so this technology cannot become a patent. Most of the prior technologies cited by HP are owned by HP, including the HP Scanjet 5 scanner user guide released in 1997, the Scanjet 4Si scanner technical support scheme released in 1995, the HP LaserJet 310 product user guide in 1997, and the HP 9100c digital transmitter user guide in 1998. HP believes that these prior technologies disclose every feature of patent 381. HP also cited its two prior technologies, U.S. patents No. 6611291 and 5499108, and believed that these two technologies disclosed all the characteristics of mphj's so-called strain gage sensor

these quotations from HP may eventually make the Patent Office declare the mphj patent invalid, but the process is not simple and the result will not come soon

at the same time, USPTO's 2012 data show that HP's complaint may not be able to completely cancel the validity of mphj patents

the cost of launching the multi-party review procedure to replace the imported products of companies from Japan, Britain and other countries is nearly 200000 US dollars. HP's move shows that the company is willing to invest human and material resources to end the impact of this patent license on its customers

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