Nvidia Taken to Court Over Patents

Taylor, Colleen
September 2006
Electronic News;9/25/2006, Vol. 52 Issue 39, p31
Trade Publication
The article reports on a lawsuit filed by Scanner Technologies Inc. against Nvidia Corp., claiming willful and deliberate infringement of two U.S. patents that disclose methods of three-dimensional inspection that allow ball grid array (BGA) devices to be manufactured more precisely and efficiently. The complaint alleges that Nvidia has sold and/or is presently selling throughout the U.S. infringing BGA devices that are covered by one or more claims of the Scanner patents.


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