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Old 11th March 2009, 17:45   #1
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Default US judge rules Hynix must pay Rambus $396 million

A U.S. judge issued a final ruling on Tuesday ordering Hynix Semiconductor Inc (000660.KS) to pay memory chip designer Rambus Inc (RMBS.O) $396 million in a long-running patent dispute.

The judgment of $349,035,842 in damages and an additional $47,845,402 in interest accompanies a compulsory license agreement that allows Hynix to continue to sell dynamic random access memory, or DRAM, in the United States.

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