Teradata v SAP

A good example of a Software Development Cooperation Agreement (“SDCA”) and Technology Partner Agreement (“TPA”) come undone page , docket

SAP developed MPP technology over 3 years in parallel, then discontinued the SDCA leaving the TPA in dispute.

# Teradata sued.

# SAP counter sued.

> Merge Statement in Teradata Merge statement is also referred as Upsert that > inserts a record to a table in a database if the record doesn’t exist. if the record already exists , update the existing record. > It combines the UPDATE and INSERT statements into a single statement with two conditional test clauses. > WHEN MATCHED, UPDATE. > WHEN NOT MATCHED, INSERT. > We can also delete the rows if the record matched by specifying : WHEN MATCHED,DELETE. The source and target table should have the same PI and PPI that helps to process the merge statement faster in Teradata. > WHEN MATCHED: > It updates the matched target table row with the values taken from the source table row. Also it deletes the matching target table row. > WHEN NOT MATCHED: > It inserts the current source row into the target table.

It argues that SAP is not entitled to damages for the alleged infringement of U.S. Patent Nos. 7,617,179 (“’179 Patent ”), and 9,626,421 (“’421 Patent ”) before May 19, 2019.

Summary judgment

Summary judgment is a judgment entered by a court for one party and against another party without a full trial. - “hypothetical monopolist” test (“HMT”) tying claim - Inventive Concept Identified During the Hearing - Remaining Claim Elements (2003) - CONCLUSION - IT IS SO ORDERED.