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  • gregory.lynn@rocketmail.com gregory.lynn Oct 12, 2011 4:40 PM Flag

    Other evidence being reviewed...

    Besides the Sadler testimony, the jurors also asked to see the Tom's Hardware Guide article which slammed RDRAM for being so horribly bad and not living up to the hype. They also asked to see Tabrizi testimony from years ago, which Ken Nissly the lawyer for Hynix asked to be submitted into evidence, which was opposed by Rambus lawyers.

    Hmmm, jurors are looking at Sadler's testimony, in addition they are looking at evidence of just how crappy RDRAM was in the real world via the Tom's Hardware Guide article, and also they are reviewing testimony that Ramscam didn't want them to see.

    Seems like opposing sides in the jury room are STILL debating guilt, IHMO.

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    • rdram was slow and buggy - but at least it was expensive!

    • Ok that's it you are officially on Ignore Buckwheat. No more junking up my view of important events.

    • During the trial, which started June 8, Rambus lawyers showed the jury video testimony of Sadler saying that he ceased e-mail communications about chip pricing in 2002 because Micron received a U.S. Justice Department subpoena as part of a price- fixing investigation. Sadler is vice president of corporate development at Micron.

      Rambus, based in Sunnyvale, California, contends that Boise, Idaho-based Micron and Ichon, South Korea-based Hynix colluded to cut the prices of their own memory chips and deserted their commitment to produce a Rambus-designed chip, relegating it to a niche role.

      Rambus contends it would have earned $3.95 billion in royalties without the alleged conspiracy. Under California law, a jury finding of damages in that amount would be automatically tripled to $11.9 billion.

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      • During the trial, which started June 8, Rambus lawyers showed the jury video testimony of Sadler saying that he ceased e-mail communications about chip pricing in 2002 because Micron received a U.S. Justice Department subpoena as part of a price- fixing investigation. Sadler is vice president of corporate development at Micron.

        Rambus, based in Sunnyvale, California, contends that Boise, Idaho-based Micron and Ichon, South Korea-based Hynix colluded to cut the prices of their own memory chips and deserted their commitment to produce a Rambus-designed chip, relegating it to a niche role.

        Rambus contends it would have earned $3.95 billion in royalties without the alleged conspiracy. Under California law, a jury finding of damages in that amount would be automatically tripled to $11.9 billion.
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      • gregory.lynn@rocketmail.com gregory.lynn Oct 12, 2011 4:47 PM Flag

        What are you, a broken record? Try to stay on topic.

    • They don't need to review the INTEL testimony, they flat came out and said RMBS sucked...

 
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