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Rambus Focuses on Products, Not Patents
8/12/2013

Chief marketing officer Jerome Nadel
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krisi
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happy to hear
krisi   8/12/2013 2:09:36 PM
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I am really happy to hear that...so many companies are trying to derive value from licensing that is somnewhat refreshing that someone actually wants to build products...good luck Rambus!

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Encouraging
mcgrathdylan   8/12/2013 1:59:28 PM
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It's encouraging to read this. I think focusing on products rather than pursuing a strategy that has Rambus labeled as a "patent troll" is a good direction for the company. I like the statement that there is not much difference between Rambus and ARM. Years ago I think that was true, but in recent years the companies seem to have pursued very different paths. I hope this is a sign that Rambus will indeed be more like ARM as time goes on.

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