Telecommunications equipment maker Newbridge Networks Corp. got its bell rung last week when a Delaware jury hit it with $9.59 million in damages for infringing on rival Lucent Technologies Inc.’s patented systems for moving data through phone networks.

A jury of five men and five women in federal court in Wilmington deliberated about nine hours Nov. 18 before deciding that Newbridge wrongly used Lucent’s technology for making switches that move multimedia data through telephone networks at high speed.

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