Clean room design

What is clean room design?
Cleanroom design is a reverse engineering and cloning technique that captures copyrighted and patented reconstruction processes.

Implementing a cleanroom design provides a buffer against allegations of intellectual property rights infringements via the cleanroom model specification, meaning that developers have no access to competing intellectual property.

Clean room trennt Reverse-Engineering- und Entwicklungsteams, um eine saubere Technologieumgebung zu schaffen. Kleine Wettbewerber mit Budgeteinschränkungen oder mangelnder Innovation können Reinraumdesign verwenden, um mit großen Gegenstücken von Produkt- und Technologieunternehmen zu konkurrieren.

In 1982 Columbia Data Products released the MPC 1600 - the first clone of IBM's Basic Input / Output System (BIOS) - using clean room design technology. Another example is the Laser 128 from Video Technology Ltd. (VTech) who cloned the Apple IIc and managed to avoid litigation because VTech's reverse engineering did not infringe Apple's patents or copyrights.

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