Intel Sued Again for Infringement

Transmeta is a small player in the microprocessor industry but still had the courage to filed a patent infringement claim against Intel in the United States District Court Delaware.Â

The claim involves a number of US patents owned by Transmeta and claims that Intel has infringed the same by its use of technologies such as Pentium III, Pentium 4, Pentium M, Core and Core 2. The company is now seeking a court injunction against Intel in the hope to prevent further sales as well as monetary damages.

The only microprocessors that Transmeta is producing involves its Efficeon which is being remarketed by AMD as a hardware foundation for Microsoft’s FlexGo pay-as-you-go and subscription technology for emerging markets.

Transmeta is also licensing its LongRun2 technology for power management and threshold voltage control to NEC, Fujitsu, Sony and Toshiba.

share this Article

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Share on email

Recent Articles

Overview of IP rights

The pandemic has caused many businesses to invest in selling their goods or services online. This has meant that many businesses have had to invest

Burberry granted injunction against Baneberry

Multi billion-dollar luxury fashion brand Burberry has been granted a preliminary injunction against Chinese copycat brand Baneberry/ The alleged infringers were discovered when Xinboli Trading