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Rambus bags last major litigation target Micron

Micron, one of the last holdouts, settles over DRAM memory patents. The deal includes Elpida, a major supplier to Apple.

By December 10, 2013

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Nvidia, Rambus settle patent dispute

Patent litigation between Rambus and Nvidia has been settled, the two companies said, without providing much in the way of detail.

By February 8, 2012

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Rambus loses 'RDRAM' case, stock drops

Micron wins an important case against Rambus, which had alleged that companies conspired to lock it out of the memory chip market.

By November 16, 2011

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PC memory company Rambus eyes LED market

Company to show off prototypes of a flat LED lighting fixture to replace overhead fluorescent office lights at LightFair conference Wednesday.

By May 11, 2010

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Judge: Nvidia infringed on three Rambus patents

A U.S. International Trade Commission judge rules that three of five Rambus patents being examined were violated by the graphics chipmaker.

By January 22, 2010

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Samsung settles with Rambus for $900 million

Samsung Electronics and Rambus say they have reached an agreement settling all claims between them.

By January 19, 2010

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Patent Office rejects Rambus claims against Nvidia

According to Nvidia, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has initially rejected an additional eight Rambus claims, which are based on two patents that Rambus has asserted against Nvidia in litigation.

By July 14, 2009

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Rambus drops some patent claims against Nvidia

It asks the International Trade Commission to terminate a probe of Nvidia relating to four patents in an ongoing case.

By June 8, 2009

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U.S. Supreme Court hands Rambus a win

Court declines to hear appeal by the Federal Trade Commission in seven-year antitrust battle with chip designer.

By February 23, 2009

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Rambus patent infringement trials put on hold

Shares of the memory chipmaker plunge after a federal judge postpones indefinitely the long-running cases filed against a slew of memory makers.

By February 3, 2009