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2009-06-11 WiMAX patent alliance welcomes new members
Building on worldwide 4G WiMAX momentum, Beceem Communications, GCT Semiconductor, Sequans Communications and UQ Communications have joined the Open Patent Alliance (OPA).
2008-06-12 Firms launch WiMAX open patent alliance
Alcatel-Lucent, Cisco, Clearwire, Intel, Samsung Electronics and Sprint have formed the Open Patent Alliance to accelerate the widespread adoption and deployment of WiMAX technology.
2009-06-24 Alliance pushes for WiMAX patent pool
The Open Patent Alliance has issued a call for patents in an effort to put up a WiMAX patent pool.
2009-05-13 Acer joins WiMAX open patent alliance
Acer Inc. has joined the Open Patent Alliance (OPA), a group dedicated to offering intellectual property rights (IPR) solutions that support the development and widespread adoption of WiMAX.
2008-07-07 New alliance to fuel patent pooling
A group of 11 high tech companies that have combined their clout to buy, license and sell strategic patents may point the way for more patent pools to come in a maturing market for intellectual property
2006-01-25 Mobile digital TV alliance formed
A group of wireless and electronics companies have banded together to form an alliance to promote the growth and evolution of handheld DVB-H in North America
2008-05-14 Microsoft, Hoya ink patent cross-licensing deal
Microsoft and Hoya, the imaging systems division of Pentax, have entered a patent cross-licensing agreement covering digital cameras made by Pentax and a broad range of other consumer products
2009-02-10 Campaigning for patent reform
Many big tech companies are pushing hard for patent reform, citing the rising costs of IP claims against them
2015-05-07 The clash of IoT IP policies: Intel vs Qualcomm
How do the IP policies of Qualcomm-led AllSeen Alliance compare to Intel-led Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC), and how does the legality surrounding "free software" and "open source" affect you
2015-03-27 Panasonic and IoT: Existing technologies and beyond
Describing the 747 as one of its crowning IoT achievements, Todd Rytting justifies how the company claims to be an IoT leader in connected business-to-business solutions and client applications.
2005-11-14 Industry group forms to consolidate Linux patents
A group of tech giants linked up on Thursday to promote Linux globally, with the unveiling of a new company called the Open Invention Network (OIN
2002-09-11 Entegris, Tru-Si partner on wafer handling initiative
Entegris Inc. and Tru-Si Technologies have formalized a nonexclusive open alliance to support thin silicon wafer handling in the semiconductor industry
2008-06-25 Mobile WiMAX faces future setbacks
Mobile WiMax may become a spent technology even before it gains any commercial traction, a market research group warned. The technology is expected to face a number of challenges that are likely to make it unfeasible as a mobile "access" technology.
2008-12-19 India awaits WiMAX-ready notebooks
Intel Corp. is working with Indian service providers and device manufacturers to help bring WiMAX-ready notebooks and netbooks to the India market segment mid-2009.
2005-01-26 Taiwan consortium readying new memory card format
A technology consortium in Taiwan is putting the finishing touches on a new memory card format that it says is compatible with the popular Secure Digital and MultiMediaCard formats already in the market but offers speeds twice that of USB 2.0 at a cheaper price.
2010-10-04 Maxim undergoes a makeover
Maxim president and chief executive Tunc Doluca presented “Maxim 2.0?, a makeover of the erstwhile analog chip-focused business. The company has shaken up its corporate culture and expanded its range.
2011-08-16 Google to pay $12.5B for Motorola Mobility
Web search giant Google is set to dominate the mobile handset space with its $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility.
2006-04-03 Chinese A/V codec rises
A Chinese A/V codec is on the verge of becoming a national standarda domestic rival to MPEG-4/H.264 and WMV-9 that backers say will save China-based manufacturers and consumers millions of dollars in fees and royalties in the next few years.
2009-10-21 Analysis: Is IBM turning over key IC tech to China?
IBM Corp. has struck its second major chip deal in China, leaving questions on if the company is handing over technology to that nation without thinking about the possible consequences.
2015-12-28 5 stimulating stories you might have missed in 2015
Apart from the mergers and acquisitions that graced our banner headlines for almost once a week this year, there are other stories that are equally important. Here are five of them.
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