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Wednesday, 08 February 2012 20:34

Rambus and Nvidia sign patent agreement

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Burry the lawsuit hatchet


Rambus and Nvidia have signed a patent license agreement that covers the use of Ramubs patented innovations in a brad range of integrated circuit products offered by Nvidia. This patent agreement also settles all claims that Rambus had been pushing against Nvidia for years.

The details regarding the new agreement have been safely locked away and kept confidential. The only thing that was released to public is the actual duration of the agreement that will cover a period of five years. Harold Hughes, president and CEO of Rambus didn't hesitate to point out the importance of this licence agreement that also allows Rambus to move forward with Nvidia and "focus on developing innovative solutions in concert with our licensees to help bring compelling, innovative products to market."

You can check out more here.
 

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