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resistion
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re: Intel to pay $375M for 1,700 InterDigital patents
resistion   6/19/2012 5:05:41 AM
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This is a really low valuation. Less than a quarter million per patent? Not even licensing, but complete purchase.

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re: Intel to pay $375M for 1,700 InterDigital patents
_hm   6/19/2012 1:27:44 AM
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How long this patent will be relevant? Innovation and research are always in motion. This may not provide Intel with much value.

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re: Intel to pay $375M for 1,700 InterDigital patents
goafrit   6/19/2012 12:49:46 AM
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-Intel, the world's No. 1 semiconductor vendor by sales, said it will pay $375 million for the portfolio, which the companies in a statement said is "related to 3G, LTE and 802.11 technologies." Why is Intel spending this much for a technology that is largely common? I do not think this is a good investment from Intel

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