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Old 30th January 2010, 13:45   #1
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Default Nvidia Not Going to Sign Settlement Agreement with Rambus.

Nvidia Corp., a leading supplier of graphics and multimedia chips, said that it would not negotiate with Rambus over patent dispute even though an ITC judge preliminary found the company guilty of infringement of three Rambus’ patents.
“Rambus and Nvidia talked for eight years before they sued us. I don’t think it’s realistic to think that there’s going to be an agreement any time soon between the two companies,” said David Shannon, Nvidia’s general counsel, in an interview with BusinessWeek.
Last week it transpired that Judge Theodore Essex with the U.S. International Trade Commission found Nvidia guilty of infringing three patents of Rambus. The finding is subject to review by the six-member commission and, if upheld, could lead to a ban on imports of Nvidia chips and products on their base into the U.S. Nevertheless, Nvidia is sure that its business will not be stopped. Nvidia has numerous options to impede any ruling banning imports, if the commission sides with Rambus, Nvidia can appeal to a court that specializes in patent law.
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