Rambus has hit a major setback in its quest to wrest millions of dollars from Micron and Samsung in IP royalties. A judge has said its patents can't be enforced because it destroyed documents, that could affect the case, in an obstructive or misleading way. Rambus, which earns revenue by licensing its computer memory …
Is this an echo?
Are you implying this is a company so busy suing people it doesn't bother to invest in new innovations, therefore relying on expensive legal teams to chase ever diminishing returns...
Honesty counts for something
They will "invest" in technology, but they will "fully fund" their legal efforts. At least the CEO isn't afraid to make priorities clear. You've heard the story about "I went to the fights last night, and a hockey game broke out." There must be a similar joke that involves the Rambus and SCO legal departments.
Die Rambus, Die!
Rambus = Patent Troll
Why yes, Stu Reeves, Rambus is a company so busy suing people it doesn't bother to invest in new innovations (commit to hardware, heaven forbid?), therefore relying on expensive legal teams to chase ever diminishing returns.
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