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AWR Corporation Press Release - June 15, 2011

AWR Corporation Wins Partial Summary Judgment Against ZTE Corporation

-- U.S. Court Issues Summary Judgment for Breach of Contract for Violating AWR’s
   Software License Agreement


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El Segundo, California, USA– June 15, 2011 - AWR® Corporation, the innovation leader in high-frequency electronic design automation (EDA), today announced that it won its motion for partial summary judgment against ZTE Corporation, the largest publically-traded Chinese telecommunications company.  ZTE violated the terms of AWR’s software license agreement, which prohibits access and use of its proprietary software with “cracked” or unauthorized license codes.


Dane Collins, CEO of AWR, added, “On behalf of AWR employees and customers, I am gratified by the ruling and look forward to prevailing on our remaining claims at our trial on August 9th.”


The United States District Court for the Central District of California granted AWR's motion for partial summary judgment holding ZTE liable for breach of contract. AWR argued that when ZTE employees installed AWR’s software, ZTE became bound by a click-through license agreement that prohibited its employees from using the software with unauthorized "cracked" licenses.


“Piracy is a huge problem for EDA and other engineering software providers around the world,” stated Kathryn Kranen, Vice Chairman, EDA Consortium.  “Piracy hurts paying customers by distorting their competitive playing fields.  EDA Consortium members, including AWR, have an active program to assure that our customers benefit from elimination of software piracy."



About AWR
AWR, the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software, dramatically reduces development time and cost for products employed in wireless, high-speed wired, broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications. For more information, visit http://www.awrcorp.com.


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AWR.TV, AWR Blogs, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.


Contact:

Sherry Hess
Vice President of Marketing
AWR Corporation
(310) 726-3000
hess@awrcorp.com








Posted  6/15/2011




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