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  • alexander.dumbass alexander.dumbass Feb 16, 2013 3:21 PM Flag

    Intel Wins X2Y Patent Case Said to Threaten U.S. Jobs

    Intel successfully defended itself against X2Y in patent lawsuits. Intel didn’t infringe the three patents and two are invalid. These were targeting Core i7 systems but it apeared that if upheld, they could also be applied to SoC with VTR, radios, ....

    Intel Wins X2Y Patent Case Said to Threaten U.S. Jobs
    By Susan Decker - Feb 15, 2013 5:04 PM PT

    The U.S. International Trade Commission upheld, with modifications, trade Judge David Shaw’s findings that Intel didn’t violate the patent rights of closely held X2Y Attenuators LLC. Hewlett-Packard Co. and Apple Inc., which use Intel chips, were also named in the ITC complaint. Notice of the decision was posted yesterday on the agency’s website.

    X2Y asked the trade agency to block Intel’s chips using its technology from entering the U.S. The case drew the attention of lawmakers from both political parties who said a loss for Intel could harm U.S. jobs, because Intel does initial manufacturing work in the U.S. and final assembly in other countries.

    The X2Y patents cover ways to overcome electromagnetic interference that can damage electronics. The company, which develops methods for improving the performance of circuits, licenses its inventions to Samsung Electronics Co., the world’s biggest maker of computer-memory chips. It doesn’t make any chips of its own.

    Shaw said Intel didn’t infringe the three patents and two are invalid. The commission altered the judge’s interpretation of some patent terms without changing his underlying finding. The commission said it would more fully explain its reasoning in an opinion to be issued later.

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