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FTC presents opening arguments in Rambus antitrust case
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The Federal Trade Commission and Rambus Inc. clashed Wednesday (April 30) over whether the IP firm attempted to use its SDRAM patents to unfairly lay claim to an open industry SDRAM standard or is entitled to receive royalty payments for what Rambus claims is a legitimate invention.
FTC presents opening arguments in Rambus antitrust case
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5/1/2003   Post a comment
The Federal Trade Commission and Rambus Inc. clashed Wednesday over whether the IP firm attempted to use its SDRAM patents to unfairly lay claim to an open industry SDRAM standard or is entitled to receive royalty payments for what Rambus claims is a legitimate invention.
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