Qualcomm Must Stop Selling Some Chips, Can Continue With Others
Dec 31, 2007, 7:09 PM by Eric Lin
Following a decision that Qualcomm infringes on certain Broadcom patents, a US District Court judge has ruled on sales of the company's chips. Qualcomm can continue to sell current EV-DO chip designs, even though they infringe on patents, until January 2009. Qualcoom must also pay royalties to Broadcom for chips sold during this next year. However the company must immediately stop selling WCDMA chips that infringe on these patents.
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Knock it off Broadcom!
I hope your company fails and everyone of your employees is fired!
A judge ruled that Qualcomm infringed on Broadcom patents, so please tell me why Qualcomm should not be forced to ...
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