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Intellectual Property

Relative to intellectual property, TPR works with customers under one of three models. The approach chosen is whatever works best in the relationship. The approaches are as follows:

  • If the customer pays for exclusive development, the customer owns the IP
  • If exclusivity is not important, the IP can be shared by the customer and TPR
  • In some cases, TPR may retain IP rights and extend a license with royalties to the customer.

The approach taken is decided in advance of the proposed engagement.

The Torrey Pines Research name and logo are registered trademarks of TPR Group. Printer related test and development platforms referred to as PDLab TM are registered trademarks of TPR Group. The copyright for the book Inkjet Technology and Product Development Strategies by Stephen F. Pond, Ph.D. is owned by TPR Group. The name TPR Group is owned by TPR Group. All other named products profiled herein are trademarks of their respective companies.

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Rick Lux, Ph.D., with  29 years experience in research and development of digital printing systems, has joined TPR as a TPR Fellow.

Dexter Dyer,with over 31 years in electrophotographic and lithographic digital printing , has joined TPR as a TPR Fellow.

Jerome May, a 33 year digital imaging veteran, has joined TPR as a TPR Fellow.

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