Cornell wins $184 million jury award against HP
Hewlett-Packard has been ordered by a jury in the Northern District of New York to pay $184 million to Cornell University for patent infringement
The patent in question (US patent number
) relates to former Cornell University professor Hwa C Torng's 1989 invention of a technique for significantly increasing the efficiency and speed of computer processors.
Cornell sued HP in 2001, claiming that the...
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