Integrated Technology Corporation v Rudolph Technologies, Inc. District of Arizona Final Judgment

Tempe, AZ - February 18, 2014 -  Integrated Technology Corporation (ITC), a leading provider of probe card inspection systems and electronic testing equipment, today announced that Senior United States District Judge, Roslyn O. Silver has issued the final judgment in the patent infringement suit between Integrated Technology and Rudolph Technologies, Inc.   
 
On February 6th, 2014 Judge Silver for the District of Arizona ordered that ITC is entitled to damages from Rudolph Technologies in the amount of $7,684,047 and pre-judgment interest on these damages of $2,893,646. Judge Silver ruled that pre-August 2007 PRVX, PRVX2 and PRVX3 systems infringed ITC's U.S. Patent No. 6,118,894.
 
Rudolph Technologies' claim for declaration of non-infringement of the '894 patent and claim for declaration that the '894 patent is invalid were both dismissed with prejudice. The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit also remanded the issue of attorney's fees to Judge Silver's court.

Mr. Rod Schwartz, Vice-President of Integrated Technology stated that, "This has been a long battle for justice. We believe we are now and will continue to be the dominant force in the probe card analyzer market."

Integrated Technology Corporation is headquartered in Tempe, Arizona. It has developed numerous probe card inspection systems that sell under the PROBILT® brand name. ITC is represented by the Cleveland-based law firms Tucker Ellis and Calfee, Halter & Griswold.