Netlist, Inc. submitted an application under Rule 24b-2 requesting confidential treatment for information it excluded from the Exhibits to a Form 10-Q filed on August 15, 2017. Based on representations by Netlist, Inc. that this information qualifies as confidential commercial or financial information under the Freedom of Information Act, 5 U.S.C. 552(b)(4), the Division of Corporation Finance has determined not to publicly disclose it. Accordingly, excluded information from the following exhibit(s) will not be released to the public for the time period(s) specified: Exhibit 10.2 through May 30, 2020
Samsung meeting 45 days after Q2 results which is now
First Solar surges to 52-week high after favorable trade ruling. Could a similar headline be our future? GLTA
Funny Just posted on ST and had to look it up on CAFC schedule. Sure enough, on November 7th at 10am we have Netlist and Smart Mod followed by Sandisk. A real double header at The CAFC. Will have to listen to the replay of that.
been here 4 ever
I been riding this DEAD horse for years Averaged in around $4 there was news back then, they were working with intl, msft, others this was one of the greatest things around per hong ha. Then all of a sudden someone (Hynix) stole their patent's and now they have nothing to sell. Cant' remember the pumper back then something to do with 2002? someone said he died. he was a real tecky guy sounded like he knew his stuff, sure could pump it up. That is when this fell on its' face. Now you have silva and a couple others out of the office trying to keep it pumped up ha but the fact is we are a dead horse waiting on a few cents from a patent dispute which may never come. we have been diluted to the point that any sales EV3-NVault will mean nothing to pps. True some people make money chasing pennies on the swing every now and then but that's not my game. Me ill hang on till the end of the year and sell for my tax loss ( if it's still here ) either way ill have my loss
OT Let the games begin. First Solar surges to 52-week high after favorable trade ruling. Could this be in NLST future as well? Surging to new highs? GLTA
This is from KoreanBusiness News SK Hynix thinks that the effect of the patent dispute will be limited. A SK Hynix official said, “Since the ITC’s investigation is still in its early stages, it is hard to expect results. The dispute with Netlist can end with no much damage as the company rounded off a decade-long legal battle over memory chip technology with Rambus. As SK Hynix signed an agreement with Rambus on a new license deal that would cost the South Korean company a total of US$240 million (267.36 billion won) in 2013, it ended all legal claims over patent infringements and antitrust lawsuits around the world.
However, industry sources expect that SK Hynix can see its losses surpass 900 billion won (US$807.9 million) when the ITC accepts Netlist’s claim that SK Hynix violated its patents and bans SK Hynix products from importation into the U.S. They believe that SK Hynix’s server DRAM semiconductors supplying to North America accounts for nearly 5 percent of the total sales. Considering the fact that SK Hynix’s sales were estimated at 18.8 trillion won (US$16.88 billion) last year, the company can face losses of up to 940 billion won (US$843.81 million) according to the ITC’s decision.
PT, why you be so schizo, beeotch?
is chucks 30 days up already???
And This Section 337(a)(3) of the United States Code is available to any domestic U.S. firm. Congress broadened the reach of the law to include firms that are producing innovative technology but not manufacturing. Under the revised law, a firm will be considered a domestic industry if, with direct relation to the articles protected by the patent, copyright, trademark, mask work, or design, it is making:
(A) significant investment in plant and equipment; (B) significant employment of labor or capital; or (C) substantial investment in its exploitation, including engineering, research and development, or licensing.
Satisfaction of any one of these factors is sufficient to meet the domestic industry requirement. The difficult part for the commission is determining if a domestic industry exists at the margin — a domestic industry based only on investment in licensing. The economic purpose of the expansion of the law can help practitioners elaborate on this margin.
Congress amended Section 337 to encourage technology development and diffusion by supporting innovators who have not, and quite possibly will not, reach manufacturing capability. The underlying legislative intent to promote technology, manufacturing and productivity is clear. The difficult task before the commission is to set a meaningful standard that will promote productivity-enhancing innovation but not foster rent-seeking activities that do not encourage, and can even discourage, productivity-enhancing creation and implementation ("exploitation") of technology in manufacturing.
Lame day for Netlist. Open higher and close BE with no volume. Needs real business news. Haven't announced an actual order in years. Can't sell their commodity products as an under capitalized player against other large entities. Should sell EV3 & NVvault to any buyers and hope HybriDIMM works at some point.
Hynix-Bain buying Toshiba's chip biz it looks. Could expose Hynix to more risk with Netlist. Might be more of a catalyst to settle potentially.
Welll, I hope that Major Cubby is still alive..she just totally disappeared after 8 yrs here.
Came across this and found it interesting. Q: What constitutes a domestic industry?
In general, Section 337 requires that there be an industry in the United States relating in some manner to the products at issue. In cases based on federal statutory intellectual property rights, the proof required to establish a domestic industry involves an "economic" prong and a "technical" prong. The economic prong can be satisfied by demonstrating that there exists in the United States with respect to the products protected by the intellectual property right being asserted: significant investment in plant and equipment; significant employment of labor or capital; or substantial investment in its exploitation, including engineering, research and development, or licensing. To satisfy the technical prong in a patent-based Section 337 investigation, a complainant must prove that it or a licensee is practicing at least one claim of the asserted patent. In some cases, the domestic industry requirement may be satisfied by a complainant's investment in licensing, even if it does not practice the asserted intellectual property rights.
What a #$%$ stock. FML.
Back the truck up or forever say good night to this baby...
Hey Nicky, Did you buy any at the discount price of $.60, like the MM did?
What does Intel's delay of Cannonlake do to NVvault or HybriDUMM?
Hey Nick, yer getting wasted again by da Board Goddess...that TGN operation of yours didn't take, did it..