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AmberWave claims more strained silicon patent infringements against Intel

29 September 2005 | By Syanne Olson | News > Wafer Processing

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AmberWave Systems Corporation has stated that a newly awarded U.S Patent covering its strained silicon process IP is being used by Intel Corporation without licensing consent.

According to AmberWave, Intel has filed a complaint in the federal district court in Wilmington, Delaware seeking a declaration that it does not infringe the new patent.

In response, AmberWave has filed a complaint against Intel in the federal district court in Marshall, Texas, alleging infringement.

AmberWave has two Patent cases previously outstanding against Intel.

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