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Rambus sues IBM anyway despite patent office ruling

Posted on Wednesday, August 25 2010 @ 14:42:40 CEST by


Good old Rambus is at it again, this time they're suing IBM to reverse a U.S. Patent and Trademark Office ruling. The company claims the patent office's board "committed errors of fact and law in its orders, decisions, and judgement" that IBM did not interfere with a Rambus patent obtained in 2002:
In a lawsuit filed Monday in the federal court in San Jose, California, Rambus said the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office erred through a series of decisions in finding that a patent application assigned to IBM did not interfere with its own patent obtained at the end of 2002.

According to a June 24 ruling by the office's Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, the patent concerns a memory controller that communicates to at least one memory subsystem, with an independent point-to-point link used between the controller and each subsystem.
More info at Reuters.



 



 

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