Arista went on to state: “Although we strongly disagree with the ITC’s rulings and CBP’s revocation decision, we have a deep respect for these institutions and this process, and we remain completely committed to complying with the orders and rulings of the ITC and CBP. While we do not yet understand, or have any formal explanation for CBP’s revocation, we will absolutely continue to cooperate and to adhere to the process of obtaining formal approval of our redesign from CBP. We are grateful for the efforts the ITC and CBP have made, we continue to believe our design around does not infringe, and we look forward to the opportunity to address whatever concerns CBP may have. We also plan to lawfully fulfill orders through domestic manufacturing sources and with products that contain our non-infringing redesign. Itis important to note that the ITC’s orders do not prohibit us from selling non-infringing products manufactured in the US—even with imported subcomponents.”
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