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Update : DFI Goes After Imitations; Buyers Beware

DFI issued a warning earlier this week about
imitation of their
motherboards
in Indonesia. Ironically, DFI doesn’t even carry those imitated
models; MCP78V and MCP68PV. We learned that an Indonesian company by the name of
TIGA is said to be distributing these imitations using DFI branding and the OEM
maker of these boards is J&W from China. DFI has already contacted the alleged
party to cease and desist the act and have commissioned the legal department to
take action to stop the authorized behavior.

Update : J&W
today issued a statement clarifying the whole situation.

DFI issued a warning earlier this week about
imitation of their
motherboards
in Indonesia. Ironically, DFI doesn’t even carry those imitated
models; MCP78V and MCP68PV. We learned that an Indonesian company by the name of
TIGA is said to be distributing these imitations using DFI branding and the OEM
maker of these boards is J&W from China. DFI has already contacted the alleged
party to cease and desist the act and have commissioned the legal department to
take action to stop the authorized behavior.

Update : J&W
today issued a statement clarifying the whole situation :

We hereby declaring that we did not, and will never, manufacture pirated
products which would infringe the intellectual properties/ copyrights of other
parties. We only produce OEM/ODM products for our customers under their brand
names when authorized. We hereby also condemn these types of activities
conducted by them to discredit our company’s image and are asking for a STOP of
that. We reserve all the rights for legal actions against them.

TeamVR
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