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  • sabatino123 sabatino123 Jan 4, 2009 4:29 PM Flag

    Backfire

    Samsung’s memory controllers (70+)
    6,715,020 (1, 14)


    A patent that survives reexamination is often considered more valuable....


    Why did Appleton shut his mouth....
    He was probably numb.....

    claim 1,14 allowed claim 2 rejected


    In addition, Rambus asserts the following claims against Samsung’s and Micron’s memory controllers capable of interfacing with and/or controlling any SDR-SDRAM, Mobile-SDRAM or SDR-SGRAM memory device, and products containing any such memory controller:

    Patent Claim(s)

    6,715,020 1, 2





    In addition, Rambus asserts the following claims against Samsung’s and Micron’s

    memory controllers capable of interfacing with and/or controlling any DDR SDRAM, Mobile- DDR-SDRAM, DDR SGRAM (GDDR SDRAM), DDR2 SDRAM, GDDR2 SDRAM, gDDR2

    SDRAM, GDDR3 SDRAM, RLDRAM II or DDR3 SDRAM memory device, and products containing any such memory controller:

    Patent Claim(s)
    6,715,020 1, 2, 14



    The foregoing lists are not comprehensive lists of the claims infringed by Defendants, but are limited pursuant to the Court’s direction that the number of asserted claims in these cases be limited to no more than 25 at this time. Rambus reserves the right to seek leave of court to add, delete, substitute, or otherwise amend this list of asserted claims in light of further discovery, the Court’s claim construction or other circumstances.

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    • Oh, what a thrill.

      A device sends data, it uses a transmitter.

      Another device receives data, it uses a receiver.

      Someone thinks that the device sending data has sent "information".

      That someone thinks that that "information" "defines" an amount of data to be output by the receiving device.

      After that, nothing happens.

      A device sends a binary code.

      Someone thinks that binary code is information. Perhaps even "block size information".

      Nothing in the second device is provided to respond in any way to the "block size" that someone finds so informative.

      The device sending the data which someone thinks is a code which informs him (but unfortunately not necessarily the device it was transmitted to) of a "block size" "samples" data.

      Someone hopes that that data is by some miracle data that he "requested".



      How did we ever live without such marvelous technology before Rambus sued world plus dog.

      • 2 Replies to truth_in_government
      • Someone still had to invent the wheel right?

      • I see - all Rambus inventions are just a bunch of bogus useless drivel. That's why:

        1 Intel licensed it and decided to make it industry standard going forward. Intel - bunch of idiots obviously
        2. JEDEC's own documents reference it as a "facinating technical concept" and that "someday, all computers will (have to) be built this way..." These are obvious typos, right?
        3. Founder and Chief Scientist Dr. Mark elected to the National Academy of Engineering for his leadership in high-bandwidth memory interface technology and scalable cache coherent multiprocessor architectures. He is apparently overrated, eh?

        By the way, Rambus didn't sue the world. Hynix v. Rambus - that means that Hynix filed the lawsuit. Micron v. Rambus - what does that suggest to you? Samsung v. Rambus - same question? The Cartel had a strategy to sue Rambus into oblivion so as to hide its patent infringement. It almost worked, but didn't. Rambus did not initiate these lawsuits.

        Almost time to pay up, as the recent ramp in the PPS for Rambus reflects. Your boys are toast, and will get exactly what they deserve. Now that's exciting.

 
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