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2003-10-14 STMicro, Kudelski Group ink development, license pact
STMicroelectronics and the Kudelski Group have entered into a framework development and license agreement to provide a 3G Secure JavaCard system solution.
2005-03-15 STMicro to license package technology from Siliconix
STMicroelectronics has agreed to license the PolarPak power MOSFET package technology from Siliconix Inc., in the hope of promoting the package as an industry standard.
2003-09-17 STMicro extends ARM license agreement
ARM Ltd announced that STMicroelectronics has extended its ARM technology license.
2007-11-15 Startup gets license for high-end Intel NPU tech
Startup Netronome and Intel have entered a technology licensing and sales and marketing agreement focused on the extension of Intel's IXP28XX line of network processors.
2009-11-19 ST, NXP ink Mifare license agreement
The ST-NXP licensing agreement gives operators and vendors widened availability of contactless smart card ICs.
2005-03-17 ST extends CEVA DSP license for DSL chipsets
STMicroelectronics has extended the license of Ceva Inc.'s TeakLite DSP for use in its next-generation of DSL central office (CO) chipset solutions.
2004-05-11 Sony, Nichia agree on laser diode cross-license patents
Sony Corp. has forged an agreement with Nichia Corp. on the cross licensing of their blue-violet laser diodes used in rewritable optical memory discs.
2006-04-28 Sony to license LocationFree to Kaga Electronics
Sony announced the licensing start of LocationFree software to Kaga Electronics.
2006-04-04 Sony to license Locationfree software to Access
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2005-01-26 Sony takes license, backs Transmeta move back into IP
Global consumer electronics company Sony Corp. has licensed technologies for power management and transistor leakage control from Transmeta Corp., joining a band of companies which have licensed technology from Transmeta.
2013-11-28 Soitec, SunEdison sign patent license deal
The agreement provides each company with access to the other's patent portfolio for SOI technologies and ends all outstanding legal disputes between the companies.
2007-09-25 Softbank to team with Nifty for Japan WiMAX license
Softbank Corp. is in the final stage of talks with access service provider Nifty Corp. and other firms on a plan to set up a joint company to apply for a license for next-generation high-speed wireless communications services.
2003-04-15 Socle receives license for MIPS cores
Socle Technology Corp., a Taiwan-based SoC design services company, has licensed cores by MIPS Technologies Inc., specifically the MIPS32 4KE and 4K family of cores.
2002-01-22 SMSC receives license for I2C patents
Standard Microsystems Corp. (SMSC) has agreed with Philips Corp. to settle their patent dispute related to U.S. Patent No. 4,689,740.
2008-10-31 SMIC gets export license for 32nm products
China foundry Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) will officially enter the 32nm technology era in January 2009.
2006-02-14 Sharp, ChiMei to cross license LCD patents
Sharp Corp. and Chi Mei Optoelectronics have disclosed they have reached an agreement to cross-license their respective LCD patents. Both companies plan to iron out details on the five-year contract in March.
2004-03-25 Sharp unit to license IP from U.S. labs
Artificial-intelligence technology that could change the way busy sports fans get their fix was among the licensable intellectual property unveiled on Tuesday (March 23, 2004) by the newly formed Sharp Technology Ventures.
2006-06-28 Seiko Epson to purchase MMP license
Patriot Scientific Corp. confirmed that Seiko Epson Corp. has agreed to purchase a Moore Microprocessor Patent portfolio license.
2003-07-14 SEI, AMSC forge cross-license pact
Sumitomo Electric Ind. and American Superconductor Corp. have entered into a license agreement.
2003-09-26 Sanyo expands coverage of Tessera license pact
Sanyo Electric Co. Ltd and Tessera Inc. have signed a new licensing agreement.
2009-06-01 SanDisk, Samsung ink flash license, supply deals
SanDisk Corp. and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd have agreed to cross-license their flash memory semiconductor portfolios.
2007-07-03 SanDisk, Ritek settle dispute, ink license pact
SanDisk and Ritek have settled their patent litigations and entered into a royalty-bearing patent cross-license agreement.
2002-07-08 SanDisk, Lead Data ink memory card license patent deal
SanDisk Corp. and Lead Data Inc. have entered into a patent cross-license agreement for SanDisk's Flash memory card patents.
2009-06-24 Samsung, Toshiba fortify NAND license deal
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd. and Toshiba Corp. have renewed their patent cross-licensing deal related to NAND memories.
2005-07-20 Samsung, Staktek expand IP license agreement
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd and Staktek Holdings Inc., a provider of intellectual property and services for the next generation of 3D high-speed and high-capacity thermal management systems, have extended their license agreement in July 2000 for stacking packaged DRAMs using Staktek's stacking technology.
2002-08-23 Samsung, SanDisk cross license Flash memory products
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and SanDisk Corp. have signed cross license and supply agreements covering Flash memory technology which have seven year terms.
2014-01-09 Samsung, Rambus sign 10-year license deal
The companies extended their relationship, giving Samsung with access to Rambus technology to place within its ICs.
2007-07-11 Samsung, LM Ericsson ink patent cross-license deal
Samsung Electronics announced it has sealed a patent cross-license deal with Swedish wireless network maker LM Ericsson.
2005-01-20 Samsung to license Mosaid patents, settling lawsuit
Mosaid Technologies Inc. said Tuesday (Jan. 18) it has settled its patent suit with Samsung Electronics Co. in the District Court of New Jersey, with Samsung agreeing to license Mosaid's portfolio of DRAM patents.
2004-08-31 Samsung to license disputed patents from Genesis Micro
Genesis Microchip Inc. has entered a licensing agreement with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, under which Samsung will receive a license to the Genesis patents that were the subject of Genesis's litigation in the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC).
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