Nexsan CEO on EMC lawsuit: 'Sometimes you have to fight the bully - even if you get your ass kicked'

Sam Trendall
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Bob Fernander criticises rival's 'aggressive posture'

Nexsan's CEO has claimed his firm's recently launched lawsuit against EMC represents a decision to take a stand against the storage market's school bully. A week ago the California-based backup and storage vendor filed a trademark infringement case against its larger rival, with a claim filed in the Massachusetts District Court. The case relates to Nexsan's Unity storage platform, a "private cloud file system synchronisation" offering that was unveiled on 26 April. Six days later EMC issue...

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