Trade commission probes Hitachi, Sega

Thursday April 20 by Claudia bourneCNET
he U.S. International Trade Commission said today it was investigating whether computer chips used in video game consoles and other electronic products sold by two Japanese companies have infringed on patents held by California-based Rambus. Rambus, which develops designs to speed up computer memory chips, has asked the International Trade Commission to block shipments of memory chips sold in the United States by Hitachi and Sega Enterprises that it alleges infringe on Rambus patents.





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