Samsung Countersues Nvidia Over Chip Patents
Nov 12, 2014, 9:04 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Samsung has file a lawsuit against Nvidia in response to one that Nvidia filed against Samsung in September. Samsung says Nvidia is violating several of its patents pertaining to semiconductors. "We are pursuing necessary legal measures to defend our intellectual property rights and to ensure our continued growth in the IT industry," said Samsung. Samsung also sued Nvidia for false advertising over its claim that the Nvidia Shield has the world's fastest mobile processor. Samsung produced benchmark data suggesting Nvidia's Tegra chip isn't the fastest. Nvidia sued Samsung and Qualcomm earlier this year for violating patents it holds regarding graphics processing on mobile devices. The ITC has already agreed to hear Nvidia's case against Samsung.
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