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One-Blue patent pool seeks to enforce Blu-ray, other IP

4/23/2012 05:10 PM EDT
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Kinnar
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Kinnar   4/26/2012 10:17:22 AM
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Developing countries will never afford the said licensing fees, there's still a large vacuum for DVD quality videos, as most of the videos being circulated are less than CD quality. In this case selling high quality video at this rates will be a total failure in those countries.

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DrQuine   4/26/2012 2:27:03 AM
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How does this kind of technology sharing program mesh with anti-trust regulations? If all the major vendors have a shared patent pool then it would seem that other vendors face an especially difficult barrier to entry.

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junko.yoshida   4/23/2012 7:57:25 PM
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It's good to see finally 15 companies getting together to launch this patent pool. One-Blue does offer a few new features -- not available on other patent pools -- which may make the joint licensing program more effective. But then, here's the question. Is $9 royalty per a BD player too expensive?

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