Rambus avoids EU antitrust fine
Rambus has escaped a threat of fines from the EU Commission after antitrust officials agreed to accept a pledge from the chip technology company to lower its licence rates
In 2007, the Commission sent the US company a
Statement of Objections, accusing it of
abusing a dominant position by claiming unreasonable royalties
for the use of DRAM-related patents that it said the company
had failed to disclose but which it had later claimed were
relevant to the...
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