NEC sues Mosel Vitelic over patents

Hardie, Crista
January 1997
Electronic News;1/13/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2150, p14
Trade Publication
Reports that NEC Corp. sued Mosel Vitelic to protect fairly generic patents. Seven separate counts of willful infringement of NEC patents relating to memory chip designs; Background information on the companies; Competition in the dynamic random access memory market.


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