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Tegal sells nanolayer deposition patents

12/30/2011 05:25 PM EST
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goafrit
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re: Tegal sells nanolayer deposition patents
goafrit   1/1/2012 4:03:46 AM
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good question, but it ends with the jury. The awards are still heavy and companies have to play offense and defense at the sametime.

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t.alex   1/1/2012 1:50:13 AM
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Who would buy all these patents?

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phoenixdave   12/31/2011 2:39:09 PM
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Tegal is in the middle of an massive corporate reorganization and is transitioning from the semiconductor field to the field of renewable energy and other technologies. Apparently this is how they are funding the change.

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selinz   12/30/2011 10:11:13 PM
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When you consider that the nominal cost of getting a patent pushed through is anywhere from 10K to 100K, they should be more than getting their investment back anyway...

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