Playstation 3 targeted Blu-ray Suit

Mountain View, California-based intellectual property Orinda United States have introduced measures against Sony and praises the PS3 manufacturer has infringed on Blu-ray and patents.

In a court 20th August was the submission of Edge, Orinda argued that Sony has infringed the patent number 5438560 and, in general describes the methods for recording and playback of information by optical disk.

Sony Electronics, Sony Computer Entertainment and Sony Computer Entertainment America also named as defendants subsidiaries.

Orinda called for a trial, and try to get a temporary injunction on the manufacture, sale and distribution of Blu-ray features as the PS3, appliances and IT products dedicated Blu-ray player.

The applicant request for a "reasonable fee."

"Orinda has been and will continue to be damaged as a result of Defendants' infringing conduct," said the company. "Defendants' leadership, which continues, unless the ban by the courts. "

It is not the first time that a company is Sony Blu-ray. The target for the Sony technology in May 2007 for alleged Blu-ray in connection with crimes. The case was rejected a few months later.