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ITC judge finds chip firms didn't infringe Rambus patents

3/3/2012 01:43 AM EST
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yalanand
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re: ITC judge finds chip firms didn't infringe Rambus patents
yalanand   3/3/2012 12:54:34 PM
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True, not a good news for Rambus, but I am still wondering what factors made the same judge who found in an earlier investigation that three Rambus patents at issue in this investigation were valid, change his decision ?

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re: ITC judge finds chip firms didn't infringe Rambus patents
krisi   3/3/2012 4:18:33 AM
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Interesting...not good news for Rambus, large chunk of their revenue comes from their patents...Kris

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