Rambus Settlement Ends Chip Patent War
Computer chip maker's claim that its rival SK Hynix Inc. had ripped off its patented ideas led to years of court fights
The computer chip designer Rambus Inc. announced last week that it's wrested a $240 million settlement from rival SK Hynix Inc. The deal most likely leaves both sides a bit dissatisfied, but at least they can turn the page on a bruising court fight that's generated fees for several Am Law 200 firms.
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