SOURCE: Nanoptix


November 14, 2011 08:00 ET

Nanoptix Wins Summary Judgment Dismissal in Suit Brought by FutureLogic

DIEPPE, NB--(Marketwire - Nov 14, 2011) - Nanoptix, Inc. has won a major victory in a patent infringement lawsuit filed against Nanoptix by FutureLogic, Inc. FutureLogic alleged that Nanoptix's award-winning PayCheck printers infringed FutureLogic's U.S. Patent No. 7,594,855, entitled "Method and Apparatus for Gaming Promotional Printer." The Court ruled in favor of Nanoptix, finding on summary judgment that the patent was invalid.

"We are very pleased with the Court's ruling and to see the end of this long process. Having won this important victory, we can now continue doing what we do best: taking care of our valued customers by providing them the best service in the industry with the best technology," said Nanoptix President and CEO Daniel Vienneau.

Nanoptix vigorously defended its position in the Central District of California Court, where the suit was first filed in November 2010. The summary judgment ruling in favor of Nanoptix was issued on November 2, 2011.

The '855 patent generally relates to a promotional printer with two ports, one for receiving coupon data and one for receiving voucher data.

The PayCheck 4™ thermal printer, which is marketed and sold as a JCM Global product, was recently named to the "Best Consumer Service Technology" list in Global Gaming Business Magazine's 10th annual Gaming & Technology Awards.

About Nanoptix Inc.
Nanoptix Inc. is a global thermal printer solutions provider for Gaming, Lottery, Amusement, Transportation, Kiosk and Point-of-Sale markets. With over 100,000 printers and systems installed worldwide, Nanoptix has earned a reputation for excellent value and outstanding customer support and service. For more information, please visit

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