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Excellent post, Alan. HDC shareholders, whether they've

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MBMoney   Friday, 07/31/20 11:02:31 AM
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Excellent post, Alan. HDC shareholders, whether they've been historically positive or negative in terms of their outlook, obviously want the Intel suit to result in either a settlement or a favorable jury verdict but, as you have outlined, we shouldn't assume that the suit is a slam dunk.

This brings me back to my prior post about my ongoing concerns with the lack of partnerships on the part of HDC. If the company has put all its eggs in the infringement basket hoping for a big score, but come up either empty or with a very limited award, then leadership has let us down. I believe HDC needs to be aggressively identifying ways to monetize the IP to ensure that the company is viable.

As we know, HDC did an excellent job of obtaining the five year patent term extension on SVM-RFE last September, and this was a critical step. However, we have almost reach the point where a year has gone by without introducing any products or services utilizing the technology, and that is deeply concerning to me.

I will continue to keep my fingers crossed that the Intel suit has the result we are hoping for, but if I were running the company, I wouldn't rest on any assumptions. The team has an obligation to shareholders to move this company forward.

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