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VIA sues Apple for patent infringement

Posted on Friday, September 23 2011 @ 20:09:08 CEST by


VIA filed a lawsuit against Apple. The Taiwanese firm claims Apple violates three of its patents and seeks to bar Apple from selling its gadgets in the US:
VIA Technologies, Inc, a leading innovator of power efficient x86 processor platforms, today announced it has taken legal action against Apple Inc., filing a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) and the US District Court of Delaware for patent infringement by Apple's iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV product lines, and associated software.

"VIA has built up an extensive IP portfolio consisting of over 5,000 patents as a result of significant investments in world class technology research and development," commented Wenchi Chen, CEO, VIA Technologies, Inc. "We are determined to protect our interests and the interests of our stockholders when our patents are infringed upon."

The patents at issue cover microprocessor functionality featured in Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple TV devices, namely:

  • US Patent No. 6253312, Method and apparatus for double operand load,
  • US Patent Nos. 6253311 & 6754810, Instruction set for bi-directional conversion and transfer of integer and floating point data.




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    Re: VIA sues Apple for patent infringement
    by Anonymous on Friday, September 23 2011 @ 20:40:05 CEST
    Good for VIA, I hope Apple gets what is coming to them.



     

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