SAN FRANCISCO—Acacia Research Corp., a patent portfolio holder and licensor, said Monday (Aug. 27) that it entered into a settlement agreement with Japan's Fujitsu Semiconductor Ltd. and its U.S. subsidiary resolving pending patent litigation.
Acacia (Newport Beach, Calif.) did not disclose terms of the settlement. The settlement resolves litigation that was pending in U.S. District Court in northern California, Acacia said.
According to a report by Engadget.com, the patents involved in the dispute are related to flash memory and RAM technologies. Related stories:
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