13
Jan

Rambus being hit on all fronts

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Odds & Sods

A very interesting case… Rambus sat on
industry standards groups and was accused of  flagrant violations
of the process… never-the-less in inital patent wranglings in the USA
their patents were allowed to stand.  But then federal
investigators started to look to see if the transgressions in the
standards group process were themselves actionable…results on this to
come shortly, but according to theis article Rambus is also in trouble
in Europe:

Europe to revoke Rambus
memory patent
While memory maker awaits ruling on FTC fraud
allegations The
Register

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origiannly Posted to cep.weblogger.com by David Soul on 2/13/04; 11:43:31 AM
in the IP section.


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