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Patent trolls at the JEDEC gate ?

How Netlist differs from Rambus

UPDATE: added 06/22/2012: Analyst on Inphi IPO potential

Rambus was guilty of taking information FROM JEDEC to inform it’s patenting activity, and thus “front-running” the JEDEC activities.

Netlist, in contrast, was an inventor of a technology that it revealed to a JEDEC member under NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement), which was alleged to have been leaked by that JEDEC member (see below).

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JEDEC fiddles with DDR4 while LRDIMM burns

JEDEC and DDR4 finalization

UPDATE: 06/10/2012: this article was slashdotted today
UPDATE: 07/24/2012: added Netlist on JEDEC BOD

While JEDEC has time before they finalize the DDR4 standard to secure relevant IP, they did not exercise similar concern when they finalized the LRDIMM standard.

LRDIMMs were standardized without securing the relevant IP.

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