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Tessera subsidiary buys 73 MoSys patents

12/29/2011 09:17 PM EST
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selinz
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re: Tessera subsidiary buys 73 MoSys patents
selinz   12/30/2011 10:18:18 PM
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Sounds like Tessera is positioning itself to make an offensive move at DRAm makers.

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DrFPGA   12/31/2011 6:04:44 PM
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Watch for a new round of legal battles. As technology gets more expensive to develop the lawyers get more active too.

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goafrit   1/1/2012 3:59:42 AM
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And that is innovation. Fail in the lab, win in the court. That is why it makes sense to pay engineers nothing and make lawyers modules in our industry. This is unfortunate.

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goafrit   1/1/2012 4:01:16 AM
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Yes, there is a possibility they are moving into memory. Let us see...

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