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Rambus prevails over Nvidia. So what?

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Neo10
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re: Rambus prevails over Nvidia. So what?
Neo10   7/30/2010 3:10:18 AM
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It comes as a small solace for Rambus as a company though it surely is some good amount of cash. But in the longer term Rambus should be seen moving towards some common framework for memory with international standards and participate in the technology migration. It doesn't help them if they innovate in isolation and demand huge premiums when the general chip market don't actually need those blazing speeds badly.

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Napoleon on Elba   7/28/2010 7:31:23 AM
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The ITC order is very broad and the European deal does not cover GDDR5. here is the link to the original LEO (bottom of page) http://www.tomshardware.com/news/rambus-nvda-patent-infringement-itc,10951.html

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