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alan81   Friday, 07/31/20 10:12:28 AM
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I'll give this another run...
The judgement so far is that the Intel Patent is invalid; HDVY gets the SVM-RFE patent. Intel patenting an invention is not proof they use it in their products.

There was a study done once that shows only about one in ten high tech products make it to market, and my experience shows this is about right for Intel as well. This creates a lot of opportunity for generating patents that are never implemented in production products. Intel generates about 20 patents every week, and has access to millions more through cross licensing agreements.

Intel uses IP from hundreds of thousands of patents in building their products. You are welcome to calculate what the share should be for any one patent.

Goodsport asked if I had read the very long complaint, which I have not. I'll give the readers digest version here:
Complaint:
(1) We have a patent
(2) Intel infringed it

Intels likely response:
(1) No you don't
(2) No we didn't
--Alan


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