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From: "Frank Bemelman"
Subject: Re: Protection of a design?
Date: Sat, 5 Oct 2002 15:15:34 +0200
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"Erik" schreef in bericht
> On Sat, 5 Oct 2002 00:36:21 +0200, "Frank Bemelman"
> >"Erik" schreef in bericht
> >> Hello,
> >> One of our competitors has cloned our product. The OTP-PIC has be read
> >> out although it was protected. Now I want to protect our new design.
> >> What can I do?
> >Open a few bottles of Champagne. There is no greater compliment
> >than a competitor copying your design. Use that fact in your
> >> What technology is being used with the DIE-chips? Can it be mounted
> >> directly onto the print? What are the costs? What are the benefits and
> >> what are the disadvantages? It's this process expensive (for 10kpcs)?
> >Next time, send them the V1.0 source files. Use that in your
> >advertisement campaign as well.
> We will do that. The source files of the PIC, schematics and the
> gerbers of the PCB will be publicly released. Because the problem is
> that only one competitor has the source files. We now want a healthy
> competition and send it to all other competitors ;-).
> We have already a better product to replace the first one.
Good thinking. If you have balls, you show them!
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