Brandon Ewing, the President and CEO of Server Technology stated: “I am gratified by the final ruling of the Court. These patents were the vision of Carrel Ewing, the founder of Server Technology. The Court’s order recognizes the validity of the asserted patent and is further evidence of the innovation and creativity of Server Technology in the market. With our ever-expanding patent portfolio we will continue to offer leading innovations and solutions to our customers and to the market as a whole.”
Server Technology, based in Reno, Nevada, has 175 employees throughout the United States, the United Kingdom, the European continent, and Hong Kong. The Company has a patent portfolio of 48 issued patents with 54 patents pending in the area of power distribution management. The Company has more than 300 channel partner distributors, and its customers include Fortune 500 companies and key data center companies throughout the world.Server Technology was represented at trial by the firm of Holland & Hart led by Jim Hartley, Esq.